In 1991, Marie Mézière was involved in the creation of the Zèbre Théâtre company in Vichy and in its creative, training and dissemination activities. Since 1996, she has been living in Paris where, in 1999, she received a DETS (Degree in theatre), specialising in dramaturgy, scenography and production at the Sorbonne Nouvelle. In 1996, she was Joël Jouanneau’s Assistant on three of his plays. In 1998, with the help of the author, Claire Denieul, she directed an adaptation of Comme toi m’aime, a contemporary text performed on the “petite ceinture” railway line in Paris.
She has acted in Ah! Anabelle by Catherine Anne, in Voyage en terre intérieure, a performance/itinerary for a blindfolded audience produced by Léa Dant of the Voyage Intérieur company, and in Embouteillage, produced by Anne-Laure Liégeois at the C.D.N (National centre for dramatic arts) Le Festin. In 2OO6, she played Marie in Yves Chassamor’s La vallée Fertile, produced by Philippe Lanton for Arts et Mouvants.
In 2001, she set up the Les trains sans horaires company and produced two short plays: Qu’est-ce que tu dis ?, based on Bourvil’s repertoire and Ha Ya, a show based on stories from Burkina-Faso.