I spent last week in Paris. My previous trips to Paris have been to attend conferences, which usually leaves very little time to see the sights. This time the purpose of my trip was to experience the city. I’ve put up some of the pictures I snapped. If you like Chinese food, I recommend La Couronne D’or. The food was great and they had a hilarious waiter that was straight out of The Party. “La Cantatrice Chauve” at Théâtre de la Huchette was great fun!
La Huchette is a small theater in the Latin Quarter that has presented Ionesco’s first two plays without interruption since 1957. Eugene Ionesco was 32 years old when he left his native country Romania in order to establish life with his family in Paris. Six years later, La Cantatrice Chauve (“The Bald Soprano”), his first play – or his first anti-play as he called it – was performed for the first time. La Cantatrice Chauve, whose source of inspiration is in part the author’s experience with foreign language textbooks, is not only a satire of the superficiality and incommunicability of a society frozen in meaningless formalities, but also an inquiry into the meaning of theater in a society turned upside-down by World War II.
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I was in Paris last week too… Great city, great people, great GIRLS! ; )
“La Cantatrice Chauve” ?
A geek with culture?
I am impressed.
So happy to know that you liked la Couronne d’or, which is my chinese cantina in Paris ! hope you tasted the wines, because they are excellent and very very cheap.
Thanks for your work, too.
Next time you come to Paris, I enjoy that you visit us at Univers Mac.
Have a goof day.
Next time you come to Paris and look for an housing, let me know, I can accomodate you.
I have a lot of respect for the active role you play in modifying “given rules”. And I am also a guenine fan of Luc Besson’s movies:) I am sure you would like his movie “Nikita”. His next release is next week with the movie “Angel-A”, if you are interested, I will give you my opinion about it…
Héhé, Aging post but well…
I live up the street from the restaurant (173)… It is indeed a nice restaurant!
If you ever need anything around here before this summer (I’ll be moving down south) I’d be happy to lend a hand.
PS: You’ll have my eternal support against recent french laws
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