Sophie Marceau will return to the theater at the beginning of the school year in a new play, The noteby Audrey Schebat, who will also direct at the Bouffes Parisiens, before a tour in 2025, the production announced on Monday.
The actress, revealed in 1980 by the film Party by Claude Pinoteau, will share the bill for the first time at the theater with François Berléand. They met again at the cinema in 2012 in Happiness never comes alone by James Huth.
The notewhose premiere will take place at the end of September, features a world-renowned pianist and a renowned psychoanalyst, together for many years but one fine day forced to take stock of their relationship.
“Between anger and humor, their intimate confessions are intertwined as a last attempt to find meaning in their lives,” the production underlines.
weird on stage
With fifty films to her credit, including four as a director, Sophie Marceau, 56, César for Best Female Hope in 1983 for the boom 2 and Molière of the theatrical revelation in 1991, is rare on stage.
The note It will be his fourth work after Eurydice by Jean Anouilh in a George Wilson production in 1991, Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw in a staging by Bernard Murat in 1993 and a soul story by Ingmar Bergman in a production by Bénédicte Acolas in 2011.
Source: BFM TV