Rewrite Molière: "The School of Women"

In the Mounet Sully room of the Comédie Française, the actors played the reading of "The Bird in a Cage" after "The School of Women". © RFI / Anthony Ravera

By: Pascal Paradou

The Center for French-speaking theater in Poland Drameducation, in partnership with the Comédie Française has ordered 10 authors to rewrite plays by Molière, according to the criteria of the collection 10 out of 10, that is pieces in 10 pages for 10 characters intended for learners of French.


Today the third play in this new cycle: The Bird in a cage , according to L'École des femmes , by the French actress and author Emmelyne Octavie .

Reading is provided by actors from the Comédie Française : Thierry Hancisse, Éric Génovèse, Françoise Gillard, Loïc Corbery, Pierre Louis-Calixte, Noam Morgensztern and the actors from the 2019-2020 promotion of the Académie de la Comédie- Frenchwoman Salomé Benchimol, Camille Seitz and Nicolas Verdier supervised by Laurent Mulheisen .

Realization: Guillaume Ploquin.

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