In only one short decade, a new theatre built from scratch in the small Azurean town of Antibes has become one of the leading Thespian temples in France thanks to a visionary director and a pragmatic mayor.
400 years after the greatest French playwright’s birth, adaptation of his plays abound. But few are as original – and timely – as the one that Collectif La Machine presents at Anthéa right now
Director Felicien Chauveau and his collective of talented actors in La Machine examine the classic “Dr. Jeckyll Et le Mystère Hyde”
All is well that ends well: After the long and involuntary hiatus, the disrupted 2020/21 theatre season goes out on a high note.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s canon of four books and 56 original stories about the “consulting detective” wasn’t enough for Collectif La Machine, so they added on to it...
Period costumes, puppets, and retro-futuristic steampunk? Yes, Collectif La Machine is in the house!