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Portrait: Prentis Bonds
For Expats Of All Origins. French. Visitors (All Ages).
Sunday 4 September 2011
19h15 - 23h00ish
Happy Hour. Julien's Interpretation of Prentis's Work. Dinner and Dessert. More Great Socializing.
Our Guests Of Honor:
Writer And Multidisciplinary Artist
Young French And English Actor And Stage Director
"ROUGE: LA VERITE SERA TOUJOURS" ("RED: THE TRUTH SHALL ALWAYS BE").
This work is based on the poem of the same name, from his unpublished work: "Pink Babies And Other Color Assorted Memories". Prentis is in Paris, after 17 years, to explore the feasibility of developing a multi-media exhibition in collaboration with Yann Perreau, former cultural attaché for the French Consulate Los Angeles and Director/Curator of the Here is Elsewhere Gallery in the U.S., and with artists in France
Prentis is multifacted. He's former resident costume designer of the award winning theatre company Orange County Black Actors Theatre (OCBAT) where he received praise from Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register theatre critics for his designs for the company’s production of Ain’t Misbehavin, Eubie and For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf . Prentis resides in Studio City, California.
Julien Fisera will interpret. Julien is a young bi-national French and English actor and stage director. In 2004, he founded the ESPACE COMMUN Theater Company, based in Paris.
He studied acting in France, England and Austin, Texas (U of Texas) and has an MA from the Sorbonne (Paris). As a stage director, Julien has worked in France, Mexico, Brasil and also in Morocco at the
Arts in Marrakech International Biennale in 2009. His latest work has been the presentation in Paris of “The Tightrope Walker” by Jean Genet
(Théâtre Paris Villette, 2011).
The list of his accomplishments is very long and he has performed in and directed many roles. Julien is currently working on the world premiere of Pascal Dusapin’s opera “O Mensch !” based on the poems by Nietzsche opening at Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris in November 2011 and “The
Live Museum”/”Le Musée Vivant”, a cross-disciplinary project with visual artist Daniel Buren and stage director Robert Cantarella.
Fun AND creative!
COOL, exotic venue (even air-conditioned) and great food for a hot day! A hot day and a hot program !
It's €24.00 (EXACT CHANGE)* for a fun gourmet dinner at our favorite, upbeat Indian restaurant in the Latin Quarter, m° Cluny La - Sorbonne. Our dinner: an aperitif, vegetarian appetizers, a vegetarian course, a meat course, nan, dessert and wine. Wow! All of that. We'll confirm the address with the reservation.
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR for Sunday 11 September: Vocalist Michele Barbier: Fun and nostalgic songs of Vieux Paris, French Chanson, Michele's own compositions. See her video on www.mefeedia.com/33142684 Reserve as usual on firstname.lastname@example.org (With your telephone number. Thanks ) or 33 (0) 6 43 79 35 18. No text messages please.
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