Anouk Viale is a multi-faceted artist. She is trained in classical, jazz, tap and contemporary dance. She also studied piano, drums, trumpet and singing. She graduated from National Conservatoire of Dramatic Arts in Grenoble and at the same time obtained France’ State Diploma in Dance.
Her on sceen acting includes roles in “The girl cut in half” directed by Claude Chabrol, “Agathe Clery” directed by Etienne Chatillez, “Jimmy Riviere” directed by Teddy Lussy-Modeste.
She’s taken part in several contemporary dance productions at the National Choreographic Centre of Grenoble directed by Jean-Claude Galotta.
She’s acted in two plays directed by Nicolas Briancon: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at the Porte Saint Martin Theatre in 2011 as well as “Paris Broadway” at the Anjou Festvial in 2015.
Anouk enjoys shaking up boundaries and is attracted to multiple artistic environments. She performed in the musical “My Fair Lady” at the Theater Chatelet of Paris in 2010 and again in 2013, directed by Robert Carsen. She recently played Marie Soderini in “Lorenzaccio” with director Daniel Mesguich and Choreographers Marie Claude Piettragalla and Julien Derouault, and was Hecate in the opera “Macbeth” staged by Olivier Fredj at the Theatre de la Monnaie in Brussels.
Besides, she is Choreographer, she worked on the play “Nuit d’Ivresse” rewritten for theatre by Josianne Balasko at the Theatre de la Michodiere, as well as ‘Ich Bin Charlotte” directed by Steve Suissa.