Finding English speaking plays in France is quite a tough task, and it gets even worse if you are taking a bucolic stroll in the wonders of Mayenne’s countryside…
And yet, if luck is on your side, you may come across some random atypical and stubborn individuals whose culinary culture consists merely of some cucumber sandwiches, tea, muffins or of the very basic bread and butter. But those so-called “random individuals” are also naïve and fool enough to think they could tame the lines of Sir Oscar Wilde!
Well yes! As unlikely as it may seem, these people exist: the students of the ATTH English-speaking theatre workshops, a small group of theater lovers, English language aficionados willing to play the most comic and spiritual drama of the English literature: The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde.
Misunderstandings, bitter criticism of the Victorian society, sharp British humour, there’s something for everyone! So if you feel like it, come and join them in the Manoir des Loges (Mayenne, France) on Sunday the 15th of May at 3pm!
Play: The Importance of Being Earnest (in English)
Author: Oscar Wilde
Directed by: Delphine Lanson
Location: Manoir des Loges, Mayenne (more info)
Date and Time: Sunday, May 15, 2011 at 4pm
Information: +33 6 70 17 46 82 or firstname.lastname@example.org
And if you are in Paris, come and enjoy the performances of the 16th and 30th of May!