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Mar 11, 18   Jules   0 Comment 'The Parisian Woman'

Beau Willimon’s The Parisian Woman takes a hard look at the dark side of politics. Read More here

Jan 27, 18   Jules   0 Comment 'The Parisian Woman'

Thanks to “Pulp Fiction,” we already knew that Uma Thurman can dance. But the Boston-born actress has been blossoming during her Broadway debut. Thurman has been working like a maniac since November, performing eight shows a week at New York’s Hudson Theatre. And during each 90-minute performance, she’s onstage the entire time. Source: bostonherald.com

Jan 27, 18   Jules   0 Comment 'The Parisian Woman'

In 1885, all Paris was talking about Henry Becque’s scandalous new play, La Parisienne, which focused on a heroine whose morals were frankly a matter of political and personal convenience. Parisians quickly saw that Becque’s work contained more than mere scandal: the Comédie-Française, France’s national theater, took it up in 1890; by 1893 it was […]