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Cléo Sénia, in the footsteps and feathers of Colette at the Tristan Bernard Theater

2024-02-12T13:55:15.507Z

Highlights: Cléo Sénia embodies with crazy vivacity all the faces of the “scandalous’. “I have never appeared naked, but I have been able to appear very unclothed. Why should I be ashamed? I was very well built and I never played anything that was immoral - immoral in my opinion, not in the public's." This is how Colette confided in André Parinaud, who spoke at length with her in 1949 and 1950.


PORTRAIT - Alone on stage, the actress embodies with crazy vivacity all the faces of the “scandalous”.


“I have never appeared naked, but I have been able to appear very unclothed.

Why should I be ashamed?

I was very well built and I never played anything that was immoral - immoral in my opinion, not in the public's."

This is how Colette confided in André Parinaud, who spoke at length with her in 1949 and 1950. Frank and not stuttering, the great lady of French letters shared her kaleidoscopic life with delightful frankness.

Joyful is also the word that comes to mind when we leave

Music Hall Colette

, a show in the form of a very embodied evocation of the writer's life.

On the stage of the Tristan Bernard Theater in Paris, Cléo Sénia is Colette.

All the Colettes, from the little Burgundy girl with long braids to the elderly woman whom death comes to snatch from the Palais-Royal on August 3, 1954. The show begins with her national funeral projected on a veil with, in Chinese shadow, Cléo -Colette mocking this overflow of homage to the free woman she…

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Source: lefigaro

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