Famous since the series
Une famille formidable,
Béatrice Agenin is well illustrated at the Théâtre Montparnasse until December 20.
Marie des poules, governante chez George Sand,
a play by Gérard Savoisien, the actress lends her voice to various characters, including the 11-year-old maid and the novelist who teaches her to act.
Arnaud Denis, who gives him the answer, artfully designed a tailor-made staging for the former member of the Comédie-Française.
Béatrice Agenin received a Molière for her dazzling performance.
My ideal ride
From the Moulin Rouge, we go down the rue Blanche, to stroll at the Museum of romantic life, rue Chaptal (9th), and there, the magic begins.
Everything recalls the world of George Sand, portraits, letters, we travel with her.
I imagine her joining Chopin rue Pigalle, where she lives at number 16. Not so long ago, she was crying Musset rue Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, at Delacroix's.
I make this trip every day, I live in the 9th arrondissement, surrounded by theaters in which I have performed and where I feel protected.
Les Canailles is a delicious little restaurant, always full.
It is between the Théâtre La Bruyère and the Théâtre de Paris.
No wonder I dine there often.
I love the warm welcome from the chef, and his wonderful lobster salad.
(25, rue La Bruyère, 9th).
I keep in me the enchantment of my walks in the garden of the Palais-Royal (1st), when I was at the Comédie-Française.
I came to recite my roles to myself, under the arcades, to the magnificent Palais-Royal Theater, next to the Grand Véfour, under the windows of Colette's apartment.
A little further on, the Vivienne gallery, a splendid romantic passage, with its mosaic paving.
How not to be dazzled by this district which offers so many wonders?
It is also rue des Petits-Champs that I met the love of my life.