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Lucas Rastoll-Mamalia (france)
artistic director, actor and director

Lucas Rastoll, originally from Rochefort, is a director and actor.

He began his career with the Vide Grenier Théâtre company, where he performed in their creation "Pépé" for the theater festivals of Aurillac and Châlons in 2013 and 2014. This success led him to perform in Paris and its region for two years.

In 2016, after graduating with honors, Lucas moved to Iceland where he trained in mask and clown techniques under the supervision of Rafael Bianciotto. He became an associate actor at the Freezer Theatre in western Iceland, participating in several productions as an actor and assistant.

Upon returning to France in 2017, Lucas expanded his activities by acting in television series, commercials, and films. He worked notably with young director Nathan Ambrosionni on his debut feature film "Les Drapeaux de Papiers" and appeared in television series broadcasted on France 2, France 3, and TF1.

In 2020, he founded his own theater company, La Compagnie Reine Mer, based in his hometown of Rochefort. His work has been supported by the cities of Rochefort, Marennes, Lussant, and Echillais, as well as the community of municipalities of Bassin Marennes Oléron and the Rochefort-Océan agglomeration community. He has also received support from the Charente-Maritime department.

In 2021, Lucas created the mask show for children titled "Je m'appelle Steinn," performed in Rochefort and at the Nouveau Théâtre Populaire in Anjou. That same year, he began working on an adaptation of W. Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" with Rafael Bianciotto and Mario Gonzalez, supported by the Île-de-France region and the city of Rueil-Malmaison. The show premiered in March 2022.

Parallel to his artistic work, Lucas has been involved in teaching by leading workshops for approximately 500 children and adolescents in schools in his region in 2022. The show "Je m'appelle Steinn" was also performed in the Charente-Maritime department, receiving a very positive response from the audience and institutions.

In 2023, Lucas continued to tour with "Je m'appelle Steinn" and traveled to Iceland's Freezer Theatre to adapt the show with an Icelandic team. He also continues to offer cultural activities for audiences and children.

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