Updated Friday, 29 May 2020 - 22:17

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A figure appears on the scene. The spotlight illuminates it and casts behind its feet the messianic shadow of someone who comes to save the public from darkness. Actually, it does not matter if she is alone or accompanied, declaiming or silent, under the divine beam of light or lying along a prop sofa, because what makes the difference, in her case, is not the scenery. Take four steps, four measly steps, and captivate. Others would simply be walking. For the playwright Albert Boadella, this spell that

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