directed by David Friszman , Frédéric d’Elia.
65 X 3’ - 2007 - 2006 - French and International
Synopsis: Performing scenes from the classical repertoire as contemporary mini-dramas: such is the challenge that has been successfully taken up by Rimaquoi. Corneille, Molière, Marivaux, Courteline… in a municipal swimming pool, a library, a public garden, a car park... dozens of extracts from the great French plays are transposed to modern-day settings. “We keep the texts. It’s just the context that changes”. The aim: to encourage people who wouldn’t normally see or read these classic works to do so. “Nothing’s changed since the 17th century. The feelings and people are still the same. That’s what makes the theatre funny and moving”…
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