“Les Diablogues” by Roland Dubillard: Contemporary theater in Nancy

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Reading an aperitif to discover or rediscover the author, enjoying the texts, with a toast and a small glass of wine or fruit juice. Company appetizers It’s Still Breathing with Daniel Pierson. Roland Dubillard reinvents the dialogue of the deaf in his own way. It’s as simple as healthy. Take two protagonists, call One and Two and away you go! Cascades of misunderstandings and jokes! fantastically! If a person tells you that they are straight, it may be better not to contradict them. He must have his reasons. After all, you never know… Still, it was like toast. Roland Dubillard, born on December 2, 1923 in Paris and died on December 14, 2011 in Vert-le-Grand, is a French writer, playwright and actor. His literary work includes plays, but also short stories, collections of poetry, some essays and a diary. Aperitif reading: one Monday a month, from October to May, always at 7 p.m.

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