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Inflammation du verbe vivre

Inflammation du verbe vivre is a play written and directed by Canadian-Lebanese artist Wajdi Mouawad, in which he is the only person acting on stage. ...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Mary Said What She Said

Mary said what she said is an eighty minute long monologue performed by Isabelle Huppert, in which she embodies a more and more disturbed Mary Stuart....
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Les Serge (Gainsbourg point barre)

A few nights ago, I had a date with Serge at the Studio-Théâtre, the smallest theater of the Comédie Française. Serge was not just one person, there w...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Hors la loi (Outlaw)

Walking on the streets of Paris and seeing ads for a play called Hors la loi, you could think that it is yet another crime story, involving murder or ...
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Electre/Oreste

Before seeing Electre/Oreste at the Vieux-Colombier theatre, I had seen its stage covered with a lot of things: beer, feathers, tissues, confetti, san...
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Le Voyage de G. Mastorna

Entering the Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier for the first time to see Le Voyage de G. Mastorna, I see a confused man who is already on stage, walking in t...
2.0★ ★
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The Hidden Force

It was raining when we entered the Grande halle de la Villette on a night of early April. Actually, it was pretty sunny outside, but it was raining in...
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Les Damnés (The Damned)

Avant-garde director Ivo Van Hove’s take on The Damned is back at La Comédie Française, 3 years after its creation. The Damned is the second script by...