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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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340 Royce Drive
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

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Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

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CAP UCLA

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ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

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Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

Other

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Buy Tickets
Ticket/RSVP link
http://cap.ucla.edu/calendar/details/state_of_siege_fri

Venue

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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CAP UCLA

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Théâtre de la Ville – Paris

Buy Tickets

Oct 26 @ 8:00 am

ROYCE Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States

SEASON PERFORMANCE

Théâtre de la Ville – Paris
L’État de siege (The State of Siege)
by Albert Camus
Directed by Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota
Thu, Oct 26 at 8PM
Fri, Oct 27 at 8PM
Royce Hall

When a comet appears in the sky over the fortified city of Cádiz, Nada, the nihilistic town drunkard, warns that it is an evil omen. The stir among the people is quashed by a government edict forbidding them to acknowledge that they have seen a comet, and a chorus parrots “Nothing is happening, nothing will happen.” Thus begins The State of Siege, a modern myth created by Albert Camus that was originally staged in 1948 by Jean-Louis Barrault. Both prescient and poetic, this rare piece—restaged by the internationally renowned French company Théâtre de la Ville—is a distorted reflection of a nightmarish future in which a city is reduced to silence and submission under the leadership of a character called La Peste (“The Plague”). Created in 1968 under the auspices of the City of Paris, Théâtre de la Ville has become one of the most important cultural landmarks in Paris today. Their 2012 production of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Royce Hall was one of the highlights of that season.

Performed in French, with English supertitles.

Organizer

CAP UCLA

Other

Ticket Type
Buy Tickets
Ticket/RSVP link
http://cap.ucla.edu/calendar/details/state_of_siege_fri