Talento Bilingue de Houston

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Address: 333 South Jensen
Houston, TX    77003

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Duck à l’Orange (Le Canard à l’orange)  | Open: 03/06/20 Close: 03/21/20
Hugh is a famous entertainer at the BBC. He is also a womanizer who compulsively cheats on Liz, his wife of 15 years. When Liz decides to leave him for her lover John, Hugh, the gambler he is, tries everything to win her back. He uses all the tricks he knows and even enrolls his secretary and his governess to serve his purpose.

Originally a British comedy written by William Douglas Home in 1969, “Le Canard à l’orange” was adapted to the French taste by Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon in 1971, and has become a classic of the “Théâtre de Boulevard” ever since. The most recent reprise at the “Théâtre de la  Michodière” in Paris has received several nominations to the “Molières awards”.

In French with English surtitles.

Audience: general audiences.

Duration: approximately 2 hours with an intermission.

Director: Ines Muñoz

With: David Fouchard, Valérie Thomas-Collignon, Gilles Flavien, Laurence Sebeyran, Bérangère Ferrari

The event is part of the French Cultures Festival, coordinated by the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Houston, TX: http://frenchculture.org/2020FCF

 

When: March, 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th and 21st at 8:00PM

Where: Talento Bilingüe de Houston (now MECA@TBH CENTER) 333 S. Jensen Dr., Houston, TX 77003.

Tickets: http://bit.ly/boxofficeEVT2020 (starting February, 6th).

Email boxoffice@etvoilatheatre.net for questions.

Blanche Maupas  | Open: 03/15/19 Close: 03/23/19
This play tells the true story of Blanche and Théophile Maupas, both teachers in a small village in Normandy. Théo was mobilized in August 1914. Two months later he was sent to the Champagne Front. In March 1915, after several days of extremely intense fighting, the men were exhausted and demoralized. They refused to respond to a new order to attack. To reestablish discipline, General Réveilhac ordered a military tribunal to be held. Chosen at random, four corporals, including Théophile Maupas, were condemned to death and executed the next day.
Blanche did not find out the news until nine days later. Then began for her a battle that would last nearly twenty years, that of clearing Théo’s name and the names of his three comrades.

 

Director: Valérie Thomas-Collignon
With: Amandine Castillo, Pierre-Olivier Ariston, Ines Muñoz, Christian Fitsch-Mouras, Laurence Sebeyran, Vitalie Morrison, Mimi Betel, Emilia Ariston, Josselin Legeay, Aaron D'Souza, Eric Bollaert, Yves Cloots.

In French with English surtitles.

March 15th, 16th, 22nd and 23rd 2019 at 8:00PM
at Talento Bilingüe de Houston
333 S. Jensen Drive, Houston, TX 77003

To learn more about "Shot at dawn" soldiers,
visit www.lesoubliesdelagrandeguerre.com
(English version coming soon)

Un Air de Famille  | Open: 03/03/18 Close: 03/17/18
Every Friday night, the Ménard Family gets together to have diner at a famous restaurant. But that night is like no other. As the evening wears on, bitter sibling rivalries and decades long grudges slowly reveal themselves.

« Un Air de Famille » is a French comedy written by Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri. It premiered in 1994 at the Théâtre de la Renaissance in Paris. The play won two Molière awards in 1995, Molière for the best comedy and Molière for the best actress in a supporting role to Catherine Frot. In 1996, Cédric Klapisch adapted the play for the screen. The film won three César awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay.

In French with English surtitles.

Direction: Laurence Sebeyran
Cast: Gilles Flavien, David Fouchard, Steve Hari, Ines Muñoz, Olimpia Petzold, Valérie Thomas-Collignon.
Dates and time : March 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th 2018 at 8:00PM
Venue : Talento Bilingüe de Houston, ​333 S. Jensen Drive, Houston, TX 77003
Price: $15 Adults; $10 Seniors (+65), children (-18), students
Reservation: www.etvoilatheatre.net
Information: info@etvoilatheatre.net

The event is part of the French Cultures Festival, coordinated by the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Houston, TX.

 

La Tectonique Des Sentiments (emotional Turmoil)  | Open: 03/04/17 Close: 03/18/17
Emotional Turmoil tells the devastation caused by Diane when she imagines Richard has fallen out of love with her. This will destroy relationships and give birth to new ones. This is a cruel but ultimately tender drama that dissects the deepest contradictions of love.

In French with English surtitles.

With: Gilles Flavien, Steve Hari, Anaëlle Libaud, Ines Muñoz, Claire Roussie and Laurence Sebeyran.

Trap For A Lonely Man  | Open: 03/01/14 Close: 03/15/14
Our next theater production will be “Piège pour un homme seul” (“Trap for a Lonely Man”), a thriller written by Robert Thomas. A man’s wife disappears only to come back as someone he does not recognize. Is it her or not? The play, directed by Laurence Sebeyran, will be performed in French with English surtitles at Talento Bilingüe de Houston, 333 South Jensen, Houston 77003, on March 1, 7, 8, 14 and 15, 2014 during the month of the French Cultures Festival.

Ils S'aiment (they Love Each Other)  | Open: 03/02/13 Close: 03/16/13
 

 “Ils s’aiment” (They love each other) is a play in nine skits that showcase the happy and less happy moments in the lives of several couples. As they talk, argue or confront each other, the characters will have their public laugh and ponder on some more serious issues of today’s society.

 

This play is performed in French with English surtitles.

With: Hermine Benard, Jean Valiquette, Arthur Chauliac and Sylvia Paredes. 


About the Company: Et Voila Theatre

Et Voilà Théâtre is a French speaking troupe based in Houston whose purpose is to promote French language through theatrical expression. Even today, EVT is the only company to conduct amateur performances in French in the United States.

Since 1998, EVT has performed fifteen plays which have involved directors and actors of many nationalities, all sharing the common desire to speak French. Some of these plays have been staged in cities other than Houston, like Dallas and Austin, TX, and Lafayette, LA.