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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...
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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...
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La Trilogie de la Vengeance

La Trilogie de la Vengeance is the embodiment of Simon Stone’s wild vision of live cinematographic theatre. Upon arrival, the audience is divided into...
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Café Polisson

Located in the middle of the Vincennes forest, right after the horse stables, is a lovely wooden theatre with high ceilings and wood carvings on the w...
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Les Bonnes

Settling into the nearly empty Pixel theatre in Paris, the décor announces the colour of Jean Genet’s one-act play: a red vanity cabinet, a red table ...
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Exploits Mortels

The artistic collective “Le Troisième Bureau” has for objective to critically distribute the theatre writing of today, and for the purpose, has opened...
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Les Fourberies De Scapin

Les Fourberies de Scapin (Scapin the Schemer) is one of Molière's most famous plays, first staged in 1671 in the theatre of the Palais-Royal in Paris....