Aude Lorrillard was born in 1992 in Pertuis, southern France.
She began to practice the art of theatre at an early age and then intensified it during his high school years, which he followed with a focus on “Literature and Theatre” at the Paul Cézanne High School in Aix en Provence. After a year in “hypokhâgne” at the Edouard Herriot school (Lyon, France) Aude continued her theatre training in Brussels at the Lassaâd school (Brussels).
In 2013 she studied in Ticino (Switzerland) at the Accademia Teatro Dimitri and graduated in 2016 in “Arts in physical Theatre”.
Later, she founded the company I Patom Theatre (ipatomtheatre.mozello.lv) in Turin with the actress and performer Vita Malahova. Together they perform in many countries: Switzerland, Denmark, Ukraine, Romania with their creations “I Ran and Got Tired, Fiabe Colorate or Ask the Bread” and with other companies such as Astragali Teatro (Puglia) with whom they have been working since 2016 for the show La Prova within the European project Teatrum Mundi.
In 2017, Aude works in Turkey and Iraq for the Turkish association “Her Yerde Sanat” both in a refugee camp and in a reception facility for Syrian asylum seekers. In 2018, in Kosovo, she collaborated with the association “Friends of Deans”, holding acrobatic courses for Kosovar Serb children with the Myskin Circus.
In addition to his passion for bodily work, Aude dedicates himself to work based on her voice, and particularly on polyphonies and traditional songs, a research she has been carrying out for more than 10 years and it remains an important anchorage point of her poetics. Since 2018, she has carried out artistic activities with Biloura collective in and around Piemonte. In 2020 she began her master’s degree in Physical Theatre at the Accademia Dimitri.