- PAN directed by Irina Brook at the Théâtre de Paris.
- The Mahabharata, by Jean-Claude Carrière, directed by Peter Brook. Avignon Theatre Festival and Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, European & world tour.
- The Tempest, by William Shakespeare, directed by Peter Brook. Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord.
- Sur le Fil, (On The Tightrope) - by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Pierre Constant. Avignon Theatre Festival: world premiere.
- Sur le Fil, (second version) - by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Jorge Lavelli.
- Blood Wedding, by Federico García Lorca, directed by Telmo Herrera. Lucernaire Théâtre..
- Antony and Cleopatra, by William Shakespeare, directed by Michel Cacoyannis. Athens Festival, with Irène Papas.
- Phedra, directed by Antoine Vitez. Conservatoire National d'Art Dramatique.
- Much Ado About Nothing et Beatrice & Benedicte, by William Shakespeare, combined with the Berlioz Opera, directed by Jean-Louis Thamin. Berlioz Festival in Lyon.
- Dialogue with Leuco, by César Pavese, directed by Antoine Bourseiller. Petit Théâtre de l'Odéon .
- In Memphis, There is a Man of Prodigious Power, by Jean Audureau, directed by Henri Ronse. Théâtre de l'Odéon with Tania Torrens.
- The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare, directed by Gérard Le Breton, at the Shakespeare Festival. Georges Corraface as Petrucchio..
- Le Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare, directed by Marcelle Tassencourt. Théâtre Édouard VII & tournée. Georges Corraface as Bassanio.
- The Just, by Albert Camus, directed by Marcelle Tassencourt
- Springtime Awakening, by Franz Wedekind, directed by Pierre Romain. Grasse Theatre Festival.
- Le Bleu du ciel, by Georges Bataille, directed by Serge Martin. Théâtre Malakoff à Rennes.
- Play It Again, Sam, by Woody Allen, directed by Bob Hranichny.
- The Iron and the Rose" (La Rose et le Fer)", by Patrick Schmitt.
- Hello, là-bas, by William Sarroyan, directed by Marcelle Tassencourt.
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