Ciao amici, bonjour les amis! In its 8th edition, the popular Niçois summer event under Frédéric Rey’s reign reconnects with its Italian origins
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Vieux Nice, there is an unassuming 17th century chapel. Tourists rarely venture to this hidden gem off the beaten path. But for international artists it is a coveted venue.
When Italy’s traditional and popular mask theatre meets Shakespeare and Molière in Nice, and an American gets in the mix, comedic alchemy happens.
How do Marco Polo, Romeo and Giulietta, Donizetti, and Carlo Boso get to share a playbill? Frédéric Rey has the secret.
Nice is a magnificent city by all accounts. But this past Sunday, it showed the world its most beautiful face: that of friendship and solidarity