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Rimbaud en feu

Cultural ,  Show ,  Theatre in Saint-Malo

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  • In 1924, the same year André Breton published the "Manifeste du Surréalisme" in the columns of Le Figaro, the author of the "Saison en enfer" was found locked in his hospital room in Charleville. Even more alive than he was at 20, when he decided to put an end to poetry, it is a genius on fire who settles before us, haggard, illuminated but even more flamboyant than he is. never has been. It is no longer a talking body, it is a soul. A man "without soles and without wind" who invites on his...
    In 1924, the same year André Breton published the "Manifeste du Surréalisme" in the columns of Le Figaro, the author of the "Saison en enfer" was found locked in his hospital room in Charleville. Even more alive than he was at 20, when he decided to put an end to poetry, it is a genius on fire who settles before us, haggard, illuminated but even more flamboyant than he is. never has been. It is no longer a talking body, it is a soul. A man "without soles and without wind" who invites on his "Drunken boat" as well his nurse as Paul Verlaine, Alfred Jarry, Ignace de Loyola, Léo Ferré ... As if, on a stroke of madness, and before the last fires modernity overwhelms him and
    his fellows, Arthur Rimbaud allowed himself a masterful lesson in life.
    "This person who speaks, who takes himself for Rimbaud ends up being a Rimbaud who sees the drift of the world, and sees how the world behaves after his death ..." Jean-Pierre Darroussin

    By Jean-Michel Djian
    Directed by Anna Novion
    With Jean-Pierre Darroussin
    A show presented by Jean-Marc Dumontet Production

    From 15 years old. Duration 1h15
    Recommended for schools
  • Rates
  • Base rate
    From 40 €
  • Reduce rate
    From 35 €
  • Child rate
    From 11 €
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  • On December 4, 2021 at 8:30 PM