The first will take place at the beginning of the school year. Sophie Marceau will be back at the theater at the end of September in a new play, "La Note", by 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 "La Boum" by Claude Pinoteau, will share the poster for the first time at the theater with François Berléand. They were reunited in 2012 in James Huth's "Happiness Never Comes Alone".
"The Note" features a world-famous pianist and a renowned psychoanalyst, united for many years but forced one day to take stock of their couple. "Between anger and funny, their intimate confessions are linked as a last attempt to find meaning in their lives," says the production.
His fourth piece
With about fifty films to her credit, including four as a director, Sophie Marceau, 56, César for Most Promising Actress in 1983 for "La Boum 2" and Molière for theatrical revelation in 1991, is rare on stage.
"La Note" will be his fourth play after "Eurydice" by Jean Anouilh directed by George Wilson in 1991, "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw in a staging by Bernard Murat in 1993 and "Une Histoire d'âme" by Ingmar Bergman directed by Bénédicte Acolas in 2011.
In addition to the stage, the actress has also taken up the pen again, twenty-seven years after her first novel, and released in early May "La Souterraine", a collection of short stories, fables and poems.