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STAN performs

après la répétition

from 6 January till 7 February 2015
Strasbourg and Brussels


Henrik Vogler, an ageing theatre director, is lost in his memories of the theatre and of staging Strindberg's 'A Dream Play' that he's now directing for the fifth time. His musings are interrupted by Anna Egerman, a keen young actress, who comes in allegedly to look for a bracelet she forgot.
performance in French

scènes de la vie conjugale

from 9 January till 14 February 2015
in Strasbourg, Montpellier, Vire, Bruxelles and Bordeaux


Johan and Marianne, who have been married for thirteen years, live happily with their two daughters. Johan is a professor of applied psychology, while Marianne is a divorce lawyer. The outwardly solid relationship starts to crumble when Johan falls in love with a young woman, Paula. Ingmar Bergman's 'Scenes from a Marriage' was originally a six-part series made for Swedish television.
performance in French

The Marx Sisters

on 13 and 14 January 2015
Toneelhuis - Antwerpse Kleppers


In January The Marx Sisters will be staged in Antwerp for the first time at the Antwerpse Kleppers Festival. The play was inspired by the lives of Karl Marx's two longest surviving daughters and is about emancipation and self-fulfilment, about the antithesis between public and private, about idealism and commitment.
performance in Dutch

Mademoiselle Else

from 26 till 31 January 2015
in Théâtre Garonne, Toulouse


Else is a young woman from the well-to-do Viennese bourgeoisie who is holidaying with her aunt at a fashionable spa in San Martino di Castrozza in the Dolomites. Her days are spent in an insouciant and listless atmosphere, until a telegram arrives from her mother informing her that her father is in financial straits. The mother is aware of the presence at the spa of Mr. Von Dorsday, a prosperous art dealer. She asks Else to approach the gentleman and urge him to help her father out of difficulty.
performance in French


from 28 till 31 January 2015
Théâtre Garonne, Toulouse

Nora traces the awakening of Nora Helmer from her previously unexamined life of domestic, wifely comfort. It's an exhilarating tale of moral condescension and societal hypocrisy and a subtle criticism of consumerism and the potential pitfalls awaiting well-to-do households in today's Europe.
performance in English (French surtitled)

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