Jennifer
Decker

pensionnaire

After a début on stage in Juliette et Roméo – a Skakespeare-based play directed by Irina Brook, Jennifer Decker played under the direction of Gabriel Garran (Louis Jouvet - Romain Gary 1946-1951), of Pierre Notte (Les Couteaux dans le dos, Les ailes dans la gueule) and of Manon Heugel (Novembre, déjà).

On the big screen, she performed in Flyboys directed by Tony Bill, in Hellphone directed by James Huth, in Erreur de la banque en votre faveur (Bank Error in Your Favour) directed by Michel Munz and Gérard Bitton, in Lulu und Jimi by German director Oskar Roehler and in La guerre est déclarée (Declaration Of War) by Valérie Donzelli. She has also starred in Jean-Christophe Delpias TV movie Les Amants naufragés for France 2 Channel.

Jennifer Decker was appointed as a pensionnaire at the Comédie-Française on September 1, 2011 where she took on the role of Mariane in Molière’s The Miser directed by Catherine Hiegel. She played Cléanthis in Marivaux’s Slave Island staged by Benjamin Jungers, Virginie, servant at Beauperthuis in Labiche’sAn Italian Straw Hat directed by Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, Cidippe, Psyché’s sister, Phaene and Chorus in Molière’s Psyché staged by Véronique Vella and the role of Ophelia in Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Hamlet directed by Dan Jemmett.

She played as well the roles of Aricie in Racine’s Phèdre directed by Michael Marmarinos, of Shauba in Lina Prosa’s Lampedusa Beach directed by Christian Benedetti, of Doña Sol de Silva in Victor Hugo’s Hernani directed by Nicolas Lormeau, of Mathurine in Molière’s Don Juan or the Feast With the Statue directed by Jean-Pierre Vincent, and of Agafia in Gogol’s The Marriage staged by Lilo Baur.

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Les Ondes magnétiques

by David Lescot
Directed by David Lescot

Vx-Colombier

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At the Comédie-Française

2017-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

  • Les Damnés

    after the screenplay by Luchino Visconti, Nicola Badalucco and Enrico Medioli Directed...

    Olga

    Avignon

  • La Mer

    by Edward Bond Directed by Alain Françon

    Jilly

    Richelieu

  • Phèdre

    Directeur artistique : Eric Génovèse Réalisation : Blandine Masson, Sophie-Aude Picon

    Aricie, princesse du sang royal d’Athènes

    Maison de la Radio

  • La Double Inconstance

    by Marivaux Directed by Anne Kessler

    Lisette

    Richelieu

  • La Maison de Bernarda Alba

    by Federico García Lorca Directed by Lilo Baur

    Martirio

    Richelieu

  • Le Misanthrope

    by Molière Directed by Clément Hervieu-Léger

    Eliante

    Richelieu

2014-2015

2013-2014

  • Hernani

    by Victor Hugo Directed by Nicolas Lormeau

    Doña Sol de Silva

    Vx-Colombier

  • L'Île des esclaves

    by Marivaux Directed by Benjamin Jungers

    Cléanthis

    Studio

  • Un chapeau de paille d'Italie

    by Eugène Labiche Directed by Giorgio Barberio Corsetti

    Virginie, bonne chez Beauperthuis

    Richelieu

  • Psyché

    by Molière Directed by Véronique Vella

    Cidippe, sœur de Psyché, Phaene et Chœurs

    Richelieu

  • La Grande Guerre

    by François Christophe Reading directed by Bruno Raffaelli

    Richelieu

  • Dom Juan ou le Festin de pierre

    by Molière Directed by Jean-Pierre Vincent

    Mathurine

    Richelieu

  • La Tragédie d'Hamlet

    by William Shakespeare Directed by Dan Jemmett

    Ophélie

    Richelieu

2012-2013

  • Lampedusa Beach

    by Lina Prosa Directed by Christian Benedetti

    Shauba (en alternance)

    Studio

  • L'Avare

    by Molière Directed by Catherine Hiegel

    Mariane

    Richelieu

  • Phèdre

    by Jean Racine Directed by Michael Marmarinos

    Aricie, princesse du sang royal d’Athènes

    Richelieu

  • Hernani

    by Victor Hugo Directed by Nicolas Lormeau

    Dona Sol de Silva

    Vx-Colombier

  • Dom Juan ou le Festin de pierre

    by Molière Directed by Jean-Pierre Vincent

    Mathurine

    Richelieu

2011-2012

  • Le Mariage

    by Nikolaï Gogol Directed by Lilo Baur

    Agafia Agafonovna, fille de marchand, la fiancée (en alternance)

    Vx-Colombier

  • L'Avare

    by Molière Directed by Catherine Hiegel

    Mariane

    Richelieu