Fabienne Pascaud "Rideau Noir" a novel between theater and witchcraft

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Fabienne Pascaud © Â © JULIEN FALSIMAGN

30 mins

From the desolate countryside of Berry to the Comédie Française, Rideau Noir is played out, a ballet of life and death orchestrated with indifference in the elusive ghosts of comedians.



Fabienne PASCAUD, has been

managing the editorial staff of


since 2006, where she also writes for the theater.

She is the author of several essays and biographies.

When she was little, she dreamed of being an actress when she was going to attend alone, at the age of eight, the shows of the Comédie Française in the "Poulailler" where tickets were available at three euros.

Her passion ultimately led her to become a theater critic.

"Rideau Noir", his first novel, is published by Stock editions.


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