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Théâtre français de Toronto Stages 20th-Century Masterpiece “The Bald Soprano”

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To kick off its new season, Théâtre français de Toronto (TfT) is offers up the comedy The Bald Soprano. The production is being presented at the Berkeley Street Theatre on now until November 3, in French (of course) with subtitles in English.

It’s directed by two-time Dora-award-winner Chanda Gibson, and written by the famous Franco-Romanian author Eugène Ionesco. His absurdist story takes pleasure in denouncing the superficiality and conformism of a depraved bourgeoisie by emphasizing the banalities which consume their daily life. He crafts a world in which communication is everything but says nothing.

Actress, director, voice artist and Dora Award winner Chanda Gibson joined Mark Wigmore on The Oasis.

Listen to the interview:

You can pick up tickets at http://theatrefrancais.com/

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