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Cie Karyatides

Les Misérables

From 14 to 18 March 2018

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01 40 03 75 75 Monday to Saturday from 10.30am to 7.30pm

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At information and ticket office folly 7 days a week from 10.30am to 7.30pm

Prices

Full Price 15€

Reduced rate* 12€
Carte Villette and Subscribers* 10€
Youth Card* 10€
Under 12 years old / Young Subscribers 8€


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Abonnement
Tous les spectacles à 10, 15 or 20€ avec les meilleures places en priorité
Carte Solo
Carte Duo
30% de réduction sur tous les spectacles et les Ateliers Villette à 8€, en toute liberté
Abonnement jeune
Pour les moins de 26 ans

Venue

Access Porte de Pantin :
Metro : Line 5
Bus : Line 75,151
Tram : Line T3b
Parking Nord "Cité des Sciences" - PML please call 01 40 03 75 75

Date

From March 14th to 18th
Wednesday at 3pm
Thursdays 7pm
Saturday at 4pm and 7pm
Sunday at 4pm

Duration: 1h15


For audiences 9 and up

The Karyatides troupe has brilliantly transposed Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables as a theater of objects production, all the while preserving its political, social, and philosophical bent. Beyond its action-packed, suspenseful police story plot, is one of the greatest melodramas ever written, which we get to rediscover with glee. → For audiences 9 and up

THE SHOW

This adaptation of Les Misérables as a theater of objects production is a little masterpiece of creativity and intelligence, crafted by La Compagnie Karyatides. The troupe’s show is suitable for all audiences. This brilliant transposition of Victor Hugo’s saga preserves its political, social, and philosophical messages. Beyond its action-packed, suspenseful police story plot, is one of the greatest melodramas ever written, which we get to rediscover with glee. Its timeless story is built on the pillars of an absolute universality: “The only principle lies on all men’s freedom to choose their destiny.”

What a joy to contemplate these endearing actors giving voice to Jean Valjean, Cosette, Fantine, Gavroche, Monsieur Madeleine, and a panoply of other characters against an incandescent backdrop, half-historical, half current events.