Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
I think it's too late, but I'd like to advertise nevertheless:

On friday, a friend of mine is play acting "L'enseigneur" in le Trianon theatre in Paris (80 Boulevard Rochechouart 75018, Metro line 2) at 19h00, cost 18-25€.

It needs to be able to understand french, but it's not as difficult as classical plays. It's a belgian play about a french literature teacher who is sentenced by its judges to go around explaining her story.

Her story, as a teacher is obviously quite tragical, and describes the difficulties arising in teaching in contemporary belgium (and France): the job loss of glamour, the lack of interest for literature , the taste for quick easy money and the way students will avoid efforts...

So, if anyone would feel interested, I recommend it (I've already seen it twice, it was in Avignon theatre festival two years ago and is quite good).

by Xavier in Paris on Tue Sep 8th, 2009 at 01:19:19 PM EST

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