If stones could speak... Libdeau.
A play finds its intrigue in Libdeau in 1682!
The association " Libdeau - Chapelle templière " presents a play written by Frederick Thabault, gone(taken) up by MJC of Toul with a troop of young artists, the wandering entertainers de Tabarin, managed by Alexandre Lefranc: If stones could speak. Toul, on 1682: Quentin, young boy of stable in imagination on the alert, becomes groom of the knight Gaspar de Pernes, commander for the Hospital workers of Malta of the domain of Libdeau. To answer the thirst of knowledge expressed by Quentin, Gaspar de Pernes goes "to make speak stones" by narrating some pages of the history(story) of Toul in the course of Middle Ages: the characters will come back to life before your eyes … reserve your place! MJC of Toul 03.83.64.31.15 / email@example.com
Created by Yolande GUERBER Wednesday 29th August - 22:04