Some detailed figures

Since 1990, the Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe has focused efforts on first
productions of :

  • original works, mounted independently or as coproductions,
  • the presentation of works produced by leading European theatre companies
  • and touring of its productions both in France and internationally.

For the year 2015, the Odéon's activity has been spread as following:

  Productions
coproductions
receptions  representations
Odéon
3
3
1  
Ateliers Berthier
2
1
1
 
Total up to : 300

 

The Audience

In 2015, 161 207 seats have been sold.

A Few Statistics :

12 000 of Odéon audiences are subscribers,
30% are under the age of 26,
 

The Budget

  • The budget for the theatre has two separate parts:
  • The operational budget to run the theatre, i.e. basically covering
    running costs (day-to-day management of the building and the payroll for
    permanent staff).
  • The artistic or production budget, covering all expenditure and income related to performances and complementary activities

In 2015 :

 
EXPENSES
RECEIPTS
operational budget artistical activities Subsidy Receipts
millions of euros
10,41
6,44 
12,04
5,37

 

The Staff

with one quarter in administration and production,

half in stage management and technical positions

and the remaining quarter in communications and positions dealing with the public.

In addition to permanent staff, the theatre employs actors and casual stage hands and technicians, plus others for a range of positions covered by temporary contracts. At the end of 2015, the Theatre employed 126 permanent employees.