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“A Little Hand that Places Itself” in Théâtre des Muses
March 29, 2018 - April 1, 2018€17 – €28
“A Little Hand that Places Itself” (“Une petite main qui se place”) by Olivier Broussard, Frédéric Fialon, Christian Guerin, Angelina Laine, Lea Libron, Eric Persichi and Eve Stievenard on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 March, at 8.30 pm, Saturday 31 March, at 9pm and Sunday 1 April, at 4.30 pm in Théâtre des Muses.
Adrien, a wealthy Provencal living in Paris, is bored. He decides to resume the practice of medicine to fill his days, laughing at his best friend and his wife. But medicine remains a pretext, to develop the usual vaudeville register by placing the succulent retorts of the author, enhanced by an anthology of word games and counter-uses of vocabulary. However, tenderness and feelings are not excluded and all the finesse and subtlety of Guitry are mobilized to conclude a surprisingly modern reflection on the couple and its evolution. Perhaps it is because of this insolent modernity that this little hand has been less brought to the scene than other works of the master, but today, it is certain, it finds its place there.