Saturday 15 OctoberIn the Espace Cathare, the troupe Les Salonnières of the Théâtre Eygalières (Bouches-du-Rhône) presents a play entitled waiting room, a comedy film directed by Jean-Claude Pressville, directed by Marshall Thore, a former cinematographer who has worked on numerous films in film and television. The piece was performed by Anne-Marie Romanel, Natalie Mulas and Gerard Mangiavilano. Costumes are by Huguette Chasseloup, a costume designer for TV series and movies, and hairstyles by Annie Arguedas, who has had a similar career in the world of film and television.
Rich in script and laboratory, this beautiful play is set in the 18th-century Salon of Women. century. Abstract: In the 1850s in Paris with the Marquis de Defend. Louis XIV died a long time ago, and the sun went out. Force, or counterforce, is no longer at Versailles, but in Paris, in the salons, and some women, among the most intelligent, occupy these places where Europe’s best and most enlightened minds gather.
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