A French comedy by Muriel Robin and Pierre Palmade, “Ils s’aiment” was first staged in 1996-1997, interpreted by Michèle Laroque and Pierre Palmade under the direction of Muriel Robin. The play obtained such great reviews that it was followed by “Ils se sont aimés” (They loved each other), and then “Ils se re-aiment” (They love each other again). As of today, it is still on tour in French speaking countries.

Nine short skits showcase the happy (and not-quite-so happy) moments in the lives of several couples, emphasizing the eternal theme of miscommunication between genders. As they talk, argue and confront each other, “François and Delphine”, “Alex and Sandra”, and simply “She and Him”, have the public laugh and ponder on more serious issues of today’s society, always with a refreshing humor, all in nuances.

With: Hermine Benard, Arthur Chauliac, Sylvia Paredes and Jean Valiquette. Directed by Ines Muñoz.

Performed in French with English subtitles.


Showtime is 8pm. Tickets are Adults-$15; Children, students and seniors-$10

Talento Bilingue de Houston 333 South Jensen Drive Houston,TX 77003

Theatre showcase - Ils S'aiment

When
Mar 2 - Mar 16, 2013
Where
Talento Bilingue de Houston
333 South Jensen Drive
Houston,TX 77003

 

A French comedy by Muriel Robin and Pierre Palmade, “Ils s’aiment” was first staged in 1996-1997, interpreted by Michèle Laroque and Pierre Palmade under the direction of Muriel Robin. The play obtained such great reviews that it was followed by “Ils se sont aimés” (They loved each other), and then “Ils se re-aiment” (They love each other again). As of today, it is still on tour in French speaking countries.

Nine short skits showcase the happy (and not-quite-so happy) moments in the lives of several couples, emphasizing the eternal theme of miscommunication between genders. As they talk, argue and confront each other, “François and Delphine”, “Alex and Sandra”, and simply “She and Him”, have the public laugh and ponder on more serious issues of today’s society, always with a refreshing humor, all in nuances.

With: Hermine Benard, Arthur Chauliac, Sylvia Paredes and Jean Valiquette. Directed by Ines Muñoz.

Performed in French with English subtitles.

 


Showtime is 8pm. Tickets are Adults-$15; Children, students and seniors-$10

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