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45 MYP and DP (IB) students from the International School of Montgomery (EIM). Direction: Caroline Chisogne assisted by Eve Louisa Oppo
Do you want to see an english theatre show played by students? Do you want to discover the amazing universe of Matéi Visniec, the romanian author who just became "Chevalier de l'ordre des arts et des lettres, en France". Do you want to laught and to think in the same time?
Meyerhold, a Russian director of the early 20th century and the main character of the play, has received permission to stage Shakespeare's "Richard Iii". Indeed, Shakespeare is not a censored author in this country where the "revolution is striving to create the new man". However, the Commission that supervises the art at the service of the revolution finds that some theatrical signs are confusing, even dangerous. The actors are looking too much for the public's eyes; some accessories must be cleansed from an ideological point of view. It is therefore the artistic approach of the director that is being tackled, and the allusions that this approach could generate.
Between terror and humoristic we discover the absurdism of censorship.