"Buried in a silence of decades without ever being exhibited, the work of Emile Theodore Frandsen (1902-1969) presents itself with the face of strangeness of a theatre abandoned after the last performance. And this universe, which one enters with an astonished eye, reveals a whispered confession, a staged intimacy. Here, a curtain opens and parts; elsewhere, another closes. Amongst the drama and the tumult, amongst the gaiety and the drunkenness, masks and costumed characters - Harlequin or Pierrot - of a comedy, a drama and a tragedy in turn parade by. Mikaël Faujour, "Emile Théodore Frandsen" (Ed. Lelivredart)
Free of charge.
From 16/07 to 30/09/2021.
Closed on Monday.
Tuesday from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 16:00 to 21:00
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 4pm to 9pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 1pm and from 4pm to 9pm.