PMA and class struggle on the stage of the Théâtre de Paris

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Put on a show on a hot topic, yes. But when it's done well, it's even better! In the Réjane room of the Théâtre de Paris , four brilliant actors swing the sharp lines of Fred Proust around the theme of assisted reproduction . A modern and funny fable that hits the mark against a background of social inequalities.

Romain ( Loïc Legendre , brilliant) and Lucie ( Marie Fugain ) live in a 30m² apartment in Belleville with their newborn. He is a mediocre actor who does not manage to break through, she works in the social and does not fail to reproach his nullity to his poor companion. #cheap

Looser in front of the eternal, his life is turned upside down when he accepts to invite Bastien to dinner, an old friend who has disappeared from the radar (odieuux Arnaud Gidoin ) as rich as he is unpleasant, and his wife ( Juliette Meyniac ). The two women busy pampering the baby, Bastien drops the info: he has “ empty balls ” and asks Romain to offer them his sperm. If he refuses straight away, his interested partner pushes him to negotiate the case for a job in his advertising box.


We find in the text the deadpan of Fred Proust , writing companion on the brilliant comedies Essaye-moi and King Guillaume from PEF and the Camera Café and Péplum series . If the valves of the egocentric pubard are a little heavy (in any case we hope that no one is really like that in life), the character of Romain is particularly interesting.

Tracked down by his girlfriend, the poor man sets out to make all the bad life choices from start to finish, in a kind of gear that he could yet get out of in a snap of his fingers (and of the door). Should we submit to more powerful than ourselves by resignation or rebel to impose our values? It would seem that the strongest reason is always the best. We will show it later ...

Tuesday to Saturday at 8:30 p.m., Saturdays at 5 p.m., Sundays at 3 p.m. From € 33, reservations on .


Also discover the cult thriller In custody on the boards and the incredible documentary on Olivier Rousteing .

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Where to find it?

Théâtre De Paris

15, rue Blanche

75009 Paris

01 48 74 25 37

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