Théâtre à Paris - L’Avare de Molière
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2019-12-14 13:30:00 2019-12-14 16:00:00 Europe/Paris Théâtre à Paris - L’Avare de Molière Reservations on : https://www.billetweb.fr/theatre-a-paris-l-avare-de-moliere -- France isn’t only about good wine and cheese, it’s also about culture. This is why the ESN team invites you to discover Molière, an illustrious representative of the 6th art, with the play l'Avare, a great classic of French theatre.L'Avare is a play in five acts and written in prose by Molière. The first performance of the play took place on September 9th, 1668 at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal in Paris. This comedy with a burlesque tone, however, deals with serious subjects that have little to do with laughter, such as greed, selfishness, sexism or tyranny towards servants.To briefly summarize L’Avare, this play features Harpagon, a rich and stingy bourgeois, and his two children Cleante and Elise. This is followed by a story mixing love, arranged marriage and, of course, money. You will find more details on this piece by Molière in a summary that we will distribute to you on D-Day. So if you want to cultivate yourself between two drinks, come to the Ranelagh Theatre on December 14th at 1:30pm.Price: 10€50 (-26 years old) Théâtre Le Ranelagh, 5 Rue des Vignes, 75016 Paris, France ESN Paris

France isn’t only about good wine and cheese, it’s also about culture. This is why the ESN team invites you to discover Molière, an illustrious representative of the 6th art, with the play l'Avare, a great classic of French theatre.


L'Avare is a play in five acts and written in prose by Molière. The first performance of the play took place on September 9th, 1668 at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal in Paris. This comedy with a burlesque tone, however, deals with serious subjects that have little to do with laughter, such as greed, selfishness, sexism or tyranny towards servants.


To briefly summarize L’Avare, this play features Harpagon, a rich and stingy bourgeois, and his two children Cleante and Elise. This is followed by a story mixing love, arranged marriage and, of course, money. You will find more details on this piece by Molière in a summary that we will distribute to you on D-Day. 


So if you want to cultivate yourself between two drinks, come to the Ranelagh Theatre on December 14th at 1:30pm.


Price: 10€50 (-26 years old)

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