FR  |  EN
 

Presentation

Slave Island
Slave Island
Turner Studio, 2600 Collège, Sherbrooke, J1M 1Z7See on a map

Category: Theater

Slave Island (1725) by Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux, new English translation by Justin A. Blum; directed by Gabrielle Houle.
Slave Island is a one-act play that questions social order and mocks human vices using light comedy, a utopian setting, and the beloved characters of the Commedia dell'Arte. First performed in 1725 by the famed Italian Comedy in Paris it was later called a "little jewel" by Beaumarchais, the author of the Figaro Plays and a contemporary of Marivaux.
Slave Island (1725) by Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux, new English translation by Justin A. Blum; directed by Gabrielle Houle.
Slave Island is a one-act play that questions social order and mocks human vices using light comedy, a utopian setting, and the beloved characters of the Commedia dell'Arte. First performed in 1725 by the famed Italian Comedy in Paris it was later called a "little jewel" by Beaumarchais, the author of the Figaro Plays... more >

Informations

Services

Pictures

Videos


Send by e-mail
Print