Jean Anouilh comedy novel written for television, La Belle Vie seen here unveiled its first stage adaptation.
Jean Anouilh comedy novel written for television, La Belle Vie seen here unveiled its first stage adaptation, directed by Jean Philippe Daguerre in Variety Theatre from 18 April to 1 July 2012.
Did you think reality TV and voyeurism was an invention of our generation? With """" The Beautiful Life "","" Jean Anouilh sets out, almost prescient, the life of a family of Aristos for all to see ...
At the heart of an invented world where the revolutionaries just overthrown the government in power, the prisons are full of aristocrats awaiting execution. One family, the family will be spared Von Valençay, but on one condition: that their life is visible to all, as the life of monkeys in a zoo. It is in this """" People's Museum """" that domestic squabbles, frivolous life, alcohol, gambling, debauchery and settling of scores will compete for the spot, in front of helpless spectators stunned.
Countesses, baronnesses and maids: the characters will no longer have any secrets for you. With period costumes made by Catherine Rossi, you will dive head first into a revolution that changed many things ... Starting provided by the social!
La Belle Vie, the Variety Theatre from 18 April to 1 July 2012.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:30 p.m. | Saturday at 5:00 p.m. | Sunday at 4:30 p.m..
Rates: from 14 € to 28 €.