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Presentation of The Doctor In Spite of Himself The Doctor In Spite of Himslef by MolièreThe rarest play by Molière presented alternately in English and French. Sganarelle, a woodcutter, a drunk and a brute, beats his wife, Martine. To avenge herself, she makes believe that her husband is a doctor but who would only work […]

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A FAMILY AFFAIR adapted by Andy de la Tour

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A Family Affair adapted by Andy de la TourThe Award winning French play presented again alternately in English and French produced in association with The Art Fabric at The Drayton Arms Theatre. With two casts composed of Jamie Alderson, Nathalie Adam, Pauline Cousty, Alexander Devrient, Fanny Dulin, David Furlong, Guillaume Laroche, Jerry Marwood, Morgan Sebode, […]

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SCROUGE after Charles Dickens

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Scrouge after Charles DickensA Christmas Carol with a French TouchA bilingual musical comissioned by The Institut Francais du Royaume Uni Written after Charles Dickens and directed by David FurlongSet design by Fiametta HorvattWith Benedict Cooper, Fanny Dulin, David Furlong , Jimmy Jameson and Gabrielle Lemniai At the end of a two year young audience residency […]

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THE FLIES (2009) by Jean-Paul Sartre

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Presentation of The Flies (2009) Sartre tells in The Flies “the tragedy of liberty against that of fatality”. The Flies are the symbol of the burden of fate. Fear is what drives people, today, to become, like in Argos, ghost like, fed by TV and sugary sodas. “THE FLIES meets Fight Club” is a raw […]

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BAL TRAP by Xavier Durringer

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Bal Trap by Xavier DurringerTranslated by David Furlong and Fanny Dulin, directed by David FurlongMay 2011: Origin Theatre NYU, Off BroadwayOctober 2007: Stoked Festival, London ©éditions THÉÂTRALES, Paris for the original text. Présentation of the play Bal Trap by Xavier Durringer Lulu and Gino are coming back to the place where they first met in […]

David Furlong

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David Furlong is from Mauritius and grew up speaking both English and French. He trained in France at the prestigious National Theatre where he also worked with international directors including Deborah Warner and Hans Peter Cloos. Totally bilingual, he’s an experienced actor on stage (Lead role in Montserrat (Paris), and Orestes in The Flies (London), […]

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THE EXCHANGE by Paul Claudel

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Presentation of The Exchange by Paul Claudel The Exchange by Paul ClaudelAdapted and translated by David FurlongBased on translations by Louise Witherell (USA), Stephen Baine (NZ) and France Herve (FR) ‘A Universal cocktail of Vaudeville and Melodrama.’ On the border of the ocean, in the United States of America, A young couple: Louis Laine, native […]

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THE FEYDEAU Double-Bill staged by Gael Colin

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The Feydeau Double-Bill : A House Bath by Georges Feydeau directed by Gael ColinMadame’s Late Mother by Georges Feydeau directed by Samuel MillerTranslated by David Furlong and Fanny Dulin The Feydeau Double-Bill The first translations in thirty years of short one-act Feydeau farces. Two classics of French comedy based on the simplest misunderstanding, in a […]