Joan of Arc, the muse of Charles VII (theater)

Joan of Arc, the muse of Charles VII (theater)

The play by Daniele Leon, Jeanne of arc, the muse of Charles VII, is performed again in this year 2012, on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of the Maid and announced as being faithful to historical reality.

"Twenty five years after Joan of Arc's death,

Charles VII begins the process of his rehabilitation.

From childhood in Domrémy to the stake in the old market square in Rouen,

the paintings appear in retrospect

making us relive the whole story of the Maid,

in a reconstruction entirely faithful to historical reality. "

Director: Danièle Léon

Lise Martin: Jeanne

Brice Berrier: Charles VII, Jean Pasquerel, Pierre Cauchon

Danièle Léon: Isabelle Romée, voice over, English

Simon Caillaux: Pierre, brother of Jeanne, Poulengy, Dunois, Massieu

Nicolas Luquin: Jean d'Aulon, Jean de Metz, Seguin, Martin l´Advenu

Pierre Fichet: The Duke of Alençon, Jean de la Fontaine

Performances are offered at theater 14 (20 av Marc Sangnier Paris 14eme M ° Pte de Vanves), on Saturday May 12, 2012, at 8:30 p.m. Then, other dates at the Proscenium theater, from May 30 to June 3, then from October 3 to 7, 2012.

Meetings with Danièle Léon and the troupe will also take place on May 13, at 6 p.m., at the Atelier du Verbe (17, rue Gassendi, 75014 Paris), and on June 1 (at 8:30 p.m., same location).

For more information, see here.


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