Anyès Noël is an actress, director and poet from Guadeloupe, who graduated from the Cours Florent. With a degree in Cultural Mediation and Communication from the University of Nice, Anyès quickly saw in Art a therapeutic tool that could be a weapon for social change. In 2015, through ThéâTranMission, she gave theater workshops to nearly 100 women in Guadeloupe and Haiti. She questioned the notion of the so-called “potomitan” woman and, in turn, the place of men in a society of Afro-descendants resulting from the slave system. She then moved to Port-au-Prince, convinced of the strong link and the possible bridges to be built between Caribbean countries. She then plays with several directors of the country. In 2017, she directed the show Gouyad Senpyè with former prisoners which will be on a national tour in Haiti and in 2020 she co-wrote a film with director Wally Fall entitled Fouyé Zetwal. She also plays the lead role.