Theatre de l´Ange Fou

The Theatre de l'Ange Fou and company is an internationally reknowned multi-lingual mime theatre ensemble, founded in 1984 by Steven Wasson and Corinne Soum, the last assistants of "the father of Modern Mime" Etienne Decroux. L'Ange Fou has toured throughout Europe, Russia, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico and the Middle East with over 30 original plays, adaptations and devised pieces – ranging from solos and duets to works with the full ensemble of 12 to 25 mime actors.

The nature of the touring troup of artists lent itself to a hand-drawn style for the logo which could combine the absurdist and other dramaturgical influences within corporeal mime. This was developed further through their digital presence to help create a slightly surrealist/dreamlike landscape. Dark colours add to the atmosphere and fit the theatrical lighting used for performances.