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“CROQUE-MONSIEUR” Play

CROQUE-MONSIEUR

Co-prodution – Theatre Princesse Grace In the Paris of the Sixties, Coco Baisos finds herself widowed and penniless for the fifth time. Her husband, a rich Peruvian, preferred to commit suicide rather than face his sudden ruin. Not allowing herself to be defeated, she chooses to conceal her double misfortune in order to find a new partner capable of providing …

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Brotherhood in Fort Antoine Theatre

Fort Antoine Theatre

Fort Antoine Theatre 2017 Season, “Fratrie” (“Brotherhood”) by Marc-Antoine Cyr performed by the Jabberwock Company, organised by the Department of Cultural Affairs, Monaco on Monday 31 July at 9.30 p.m., Fort Antoine. A house. A roof. Outside, a winter. The father fell as dead in the snow. Inside the house, the four brothers will have to learn to live alone. …

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The Caucasian Chalk Circle in Fort Antoine Theatre

Fort Antoine Theatre

Fort Antoine Theatre 2017 Season,  “The Caucasian Chalk Circle”(“Le Cercle de craie caucasien“) by Bertolt Brecht performed by the Institut International de la Marionnette (International Puppet Institute) organised by the Department of Cultural Affairs, Monaco on Monday 24 July at 9.30 p.m., Fort Antoine. It is the story of a child, Michel, son of the governor of the country. The …

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Performance dedicated to Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn. Lifelong steps

Выступление, посвященное Рудольфу Нуриеву и Марго Фонтейн

The performance, dedicated to Rudolf Nureyev expressed through word and dance, tangled up in their own story by an invisible clue, like two moths, attracted by each other encircling a burning candle. It is the dance of two lonely hearts become one in their passions and fears. The love story of the brilliant Rudolf Nureyev and the great Margot Fonteyn, …

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You can be a driver at the MGP Live!

MGP Live

The Grand Prix is ​​great, but the MGP Live where you can play at being a real Formula 1 driver is even better. Because well, watching the cars burn rubber, shuddering at the sound of engines’ fury, and trembling at the imminence of a crash: it’s still a bit of a passive experience. Then, after having been a spectator and …

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