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What Antonin Artaud Gave The French Theatre


Antonin Artaud, better known as Antoine Joseph Artaud, was born on the 4th of September in 1896, in Marseille, France. […]

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Top Theatre Festivals for Play Enthusiasts in France


France is not only known and popular for its food, fashion, and cultural offerings. Fans of theatre, plays, and other […]

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Tips to Enjoy Your Visit to The Palais Garnier


The Palais Garnier is France’s premier 1,979-seat opera house. More than the beauty of its opulence architecture designed by Charles […]

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The Life and Story of Jean Anouilh


Jean Anouilh, a French dramatist, had a successful five-decade career. He is well-known and admired by his wide range of […]

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Living the Life of Oscar Wilde – Play Seekers


Oscar Wilde is an Irish writer and playwright known. He was born in Dublin, Ireland on October 16, 1854. Oscar […]

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Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon – The Best of Eugène Labiche


Eugène Labiche presented one of the representative French plays of the 1800s. The Voyage de Monseieur Perrichon aims to portray […]

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France Boasts The Most Spectacular Queen’s Theatre


The Queen’s Theatre or Petit Théâtre de la Reine is a small theatre that seats 250 people as its audience […]

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Costumes in Classical French Plays


The magic of the theatre would not be complete without the use of costumes to make the story and the […]

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Charles Garnier’s Brilliance Built into The Parisian Theatre Marigny


The Parisian Theatre of Marigny is in Paris, near the Champs –Elysees junction. It was built originally by the architect […]

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Arles Amphitheatre – Roman Amphitheatres in France


In the Provence region of France, on the banks of the Rhone River, lies the city of Arles. The city […]

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