Stéphanie Aflalo is an author, stage director, actress and musician. In parallel to her drama studies, she followed a Master in philosophy, and wrote her theses about Nietzsche and Bataille. She played under the direction of Marion Chobert, Maya Peillon, Milena Csergo, Hugo Mallon, Bruno Baradat, Grégoire Schaller (Crash, co-directed with Florian Pautassso), Yuval Rozman (Tunnel Boring Machine, The Jewish Hour), and Florian Pautasso (Quatuor Violence, Incroyable Irraisonné Impossible Baiser, Flirt, Tu iras la chercher, Notre Foyer, Loretta Strong, Les Perdants, Zoo). She directed Graves épouses/animaux frivoles by Howard Barker, Lettres Mortes (letters by psychiatric patients and last words of prisoners sentenced to death), and two soli: Histoire de l’œil, adapted from Georges Bataille’s novel, and Jusqu'à présent, personne n'a ouvert mon crâne pour voir s'il y avait un cerveau dedans, inspired by Wittgenstein’s philosophy. This piece is the first part of a long term project baptized “Philosophical recreations”, which weaves theatre and philosophy, theory and practice, in intimate and playful ways. The second piece of this series, L’Amour de l’art, premiered in September 2022 at the Studio-Théâtre de Vitry. From 2020 to 2022, she was part of the compagnie des divins Animaux, created by Florian Pautasso. In 2022, she created her own company, johnny stecchino, and joined Latitudes Contemporaines’ production office. In 2023, she will take part in Yuval Rozman’s next play, Ahouvi, and will premiere her next solo piece, LIVE, at La POP, Paris.