MON SEP 24, 2018 · 7:00 pm | HEARST DANCE THEATER, LEWIS CENTER ARTS COMPLEX | DURATION: 60 MIN
The stage reading of Dough is made possible thanks to the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States and FACE Foundation.
Dough, presented in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, is a choral text with a frantic and hectic rhythm, which addresses our relationship with money, and crosses different stages of life, from early childhood to adulthood. The piece directly reaches young people and is well suited for family audiences. In the theater field, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy aims to highlight the work of French playwrights – both in French and English translation – for a broad American audience. In recent years, greater attention has been devoted to developing productions of plays translated into English with an American cast. Dough is part of this momentum.
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Sponsored by: Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts, L’Avant-Scène, Department of French and Italian, Department of African-American Studies, Humanities Council, PIIRS, Program in African Studies, Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society, and Rockefeller College. Other sponsors include Jeune Théâtre National, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, the Education Department of the French Embassy, Institut français, and the French American Cultural Exchange Foundation.