Alphonse, Or, The Adventures of Pierre-Paul-René, a Gentle Boy with a One-note Voice who was Never Surprised by Anything
In this dazzling play for the solo performer, Wajdi Mouawad had imagined a meeting between the grown-up Alphonse and the child Alphonse on a journey that provokes reflection on the loss of freedom and imagination for the sake of reason.
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