I love this little theater and have gone back more than a dozen times over the years. It's really kind of amazing, especially if you have any appreciation for the absurd. They have been staging the same two Ionesco plays: The Bald Soprano and The Lesson since 1957. While the cast obviously changes over time, virtually nothing else does, so it's oddly comforting to see over and over and over again. Performed only in French I don't think it even matters that much if you don't understand a lot of the language, the absurdity of human nature will shine through anyway. (And it's easy enough to read through an English translation before you go so you will have the general idea in mind.) It's often crowded, especially in the summer months, and the seats are not reserved, so go a little early, join the throng that bustles around the front door and then enjoy the hilarious performances.
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