CELINE ANGELE passionate of Theater, she was trained in Dramatic
Arts during three years in Cours Florent with Stéphane Auvray-Nauroy then two years in Cours Cochet with Jean-Laurent Cochet. She works with several companies in Paris for ten years. Twice french judo champion and conscious of the importance of the
body for the actor, she searches for a "total" theater.
Celine practices a "theater of extremes" where she explores the
sublime and the monstrous through the universe of varied works
from Racine to Hugo, from Novarina to Genet, from Artaud to Kane.
A body at once dense and sensitive leads her to meet Butoh
experience. She integrates Yumi Fujitani's Trois Garances group in
2004 and dances three years in her creation KAO-Chaos, shown
in particular in Théâtre du Lierre (Paris) in Rencontres
Chorégraphiques – Japon 2006. She meets and practices with
many butohkas, she dances for various companies and also
performs in Festival d'Avignon 2005, where she meets Jean Daniel
Fricker. She follows his workshops, assists his performances,
integrates his company in 2007, and dances under his direction
in Prieres (2008), a group performance of 6 weeks and 4 nights,
in Hampi, India and participates in the performances
Cambodian Ghost Stories (2009) in Angkor temples and surroundings
in Aus den Sieben Leuten in Austria (2010)
and in group performances Femme(s) and Solitudes in 2012 
and La Femme inconnue and Solitudes in 2013,
and ombres internes in 2014.
He directed her solos Dans le Cœur d’une Rose
(2007), La Femme Ailee (2009, new creation 2011),
Lumiere Noire (2012-2013) and je ne danse pas j'offre mes os (2017)
In 2016, Jean Daniel and Celine present Diptyque avec une ombre at 17th Butoh Festival in Paris.
Now she is following her research with him and support his solo process  ] chambre intérieure [ . Moreover, Celine and Jean Daniel often give workshops and dance through the seasons since 2012 in Foret de Fontainebleau.
In 2017, they create  L'Entre Lieu , space of practice, research, performances and workshops, located in the heart of the medieval historic center of the village of Larchant, on the edge of the Forest of Fontainebleau.