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La Critique de L’École des femmes | Micheline’s Blog

L’École des femmes is a five-act play written at a relatively early date after Molière’s return to Paris. Molière had fled Paris after his first troupe, l’Illustre Théâtre, faced bankruptcy. … Continue reading


Why Windsor Davies is one of our greatest living Welshmen (even if he’s really English) – Wales Online

Okay, it’s not St David’s Day today but I came across this article the other week and as I happen to adore Windsor — I worked with him on tour in … Continue reading

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