Saturday, May 26, 2007

THEATRE DU MONDE. Fawn Wilderson-Legros, Founder. Paris Soirees Chez Patricia Sun May 27 At 18h30


No matter who you are, even if you're sure that we already have it, please include your telephone number with your reservation. Thanks, Patricia

Sat 2 June from 17h00 to 19h00. 15 euros.
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This Sunday 27 May At 18h30


"Théâtre du Monde: Bring Stories from Everywhere to Everywhere else!"

Fawn Wilderson-Legros, Founder

Alexis Niki, Production Associate

Théâtre du Monde was founded in 2003 in the United States by actress, director, attorney, Fawn Elizabeth Wilderson-Legros. Presently, TDM has branches and associates in Los Angeles, CA, Paris, France and Minneapolis, MN

Our Mission is to facilitate filmmaking between independent artists by presenting staged readings of original screenplays and by providing forums for interaction between film industry and theatre artists. Stories captured on film can be shared globally, and that is why our motto is: Bring Stories from Everywhere to Everywhere else!"

From Fawn Wilderson-Legros: “I've finally launched my screenplay readers theatre project and would be happy to talk to people about "what is readers theatre", "how readings for screenplays differ from readings for stage plays" and TDM's mission of "Bringing Stories from Everywhere to Everywhere Else". For the June 1st, 15th and 29th program details and reservations: Please visit: http// (


Chez Patricia: 13 rue de Mulhouse, 75002 Paris. Metro: Sentier (line 3). Take the rue des Petits Carreaux exit (very important). Cross rue Reamur. The street on the left should be rue des Petits Carreaux. Walk 2 blocks up on rue des Petits Carreaux. You’ll face an HSBC branch . (There’s Café Honoré on the right). That’s rue de Clery. Make a short left (30 seconds) onto rue de Clery and then immediately a right onto rue de's also Les Halles, Reaumur Sebastopol and Bonnes Nouvelles. (Map with reservation)

20 Euros. Thanks for having exact change in an envelope with your name outside. Please include your card.

International Cuisine. (Southern US, French or other European, Thai, Indian and other cuisines. Lovingly prepared as always by Patricia).

If you don’t receive an email confirmation by Sunday, please call Patricia: 01 43 26 12 88

Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday! Patricia


Paris Soirees Dinners Every Sunday At 18h30

Sunday 3 June: Soiree Gastronomique with Chef Jonathan Robert Frost: Malaysian Cuisine. Another special guest to be announced.

Every Wednesday at 18h30: PARIS NETWORKING COCKTAIL
Unsurpassed Networking opportunities. Socializing. Meet people who have something in common with you. Great food and wine. THURSDAY 31 May: (exceptionally on THURS) Fred Collay: "Working With the French" Fred will also answer questions of Starting your own English language teaching business in France (Fred was a speaker earlier on that topic).Contact Patricia

Paris Soirees PARIS SINGLES APERITIF. Saturday 2 June from 17h00 to 19h00. 15 euros. Reserve with Patricia at Visit our fab website - Click on events .

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Patricia is proud to have a 21st Century Parisian Salon. Our mission is to simply enlarge your circle of acquaintances in a safe and stimulating atmosphere while promoting Cultural Achievement, The New Age and Paris Personalities. And we have fun! We are THE gathering place for the International Community of Paris. Enjoy! Discuss! Meet new and interesting people.

Patricia Laplante-Collins created Paris Soirees Dinners on Sunday and Paris Networking Cocktail events on Wednesday on the Ile St Louis to bring Americans in Paris together with Ex-pats, French and the International Community in a global meet-up. Evenings feature Literary, Art, New Age, Business, African-American and Black Paris themes presented in English. There is an intimate salon atmosphere and the focus is on meeting people in Paris and creating friendships. Patricia is also the founder of African American Literary Soirees and regularly hosts Paris Literary Salons. All of this Chez Patricia

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Patricia writes on being an Expat:
"... As the years went by, I also realized that the feeling of being foreign and other, transcends even race. You are not part of their (French) culture. It doesn't matter who you are or of what origin you are. You're either French (in your head and behavior), or not. When I began to see that, I began to identify myself as an expat. The sum of being an American who lives in Paris, an African-American trying to find roots here, minus not being French - but seeing life internationally - on a large scale and permanently, equals my personal experience of being an expat."

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