Aurélie Filippetti, Minister of Culture and Communication and Jean-Claude Bouchet, Deputy Mayor of Cavaillon, in full agreement with the General Council of Vaucluse and the Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, gave their approval to the unanimous proposal of the jury meeting on June 28, 2013, to appoint Didier Le Corre to head the national stage of Cavaillon.

Throughout a rich professional career that led him from the Institut International de la Marionnette de Charleville-Mézières, to Vitry-le-François and Albertville, from which he made theatres into conventioned stages, Didier Le Corre has never ceased to cultivate audiences and territories at the service of a resolutely multidisciplinary cultural and artistic action.

For Cavaillon and the Vaucluse, he defends a project that aims to reconcile artistic ambition and democratic demand, by multiplying the partnership and participatory dynamics around invited artists or associates.

By making arts and cultural education a priority, by rejuvenating the beautiful adventure of «Nomade(s)», decentralized programming, by calling for the creation of large networks for creation and dissemination, In particular, Didier Le Corre proposes to the team of the national scene and more broadly to the cultural actors of the region, to implement with determination a project of the future.