CA VA ETRE TOUT NOIR spectacle humour par Audrey Baldassare

17 May 2019 20:30
→ 17 May 2019 22:00
Polychromes, Art Plume 7, Théâtre de la Cité
Théâtre de la Cité
3 rue Paganini - Nice
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Audrey Baldassare, the child of the country, returns to a scene she loves Nice to open the doors of a world in which we are all with delight: homosexuality, cellulite, through the neuroses and death is terribly funny and all black.

ArtPlume7 presents Audrey Badassare's comedy show on May 17th in Nice, on the occasion of the World Day Against Homophobia, with the invaluable collaboration of the Théâtre de la Cité, in partnership with the Polychrome Association and the Bazar agency, and the support of the godmother of ArtPlume7, the artist and culture journalist at France Info TV, Isabelle Layer.

Who is Audrey? A ball of energy and humor not to be missed!

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1300 m of altitude ... Mountains ... A village ... An inn just a step away from the small ski resort La Colmiane, it is there that Audrey grew, in the conviviality and the polar Quechua. Petite, she dreams of being a professional skier, undertaker or lesbian and realizes that to be accomplished she must become an actress. She writes her first sketches at the age of 14 and plays them in front of herself. As an only girl, this is the only way for Audrey to enjoy her own company.
She moved very quickly into the stage alone, preparing her show as an autodidact and making her first performances in a small cellar in old Nice.
From meetings to meetings, she finds herself propelled on the Parisian scenes, leaves her little village, puts on her urban outfit and plays for a year and a half in comedy.
more sold in France Never the second night. (Theater Republic, Paris).
She is enriched by this scenic experience and takes the opportunity to start creating again.
Thus, following a collaboration with a friend actress, the first play LGBT telling the quest for a couple of young lesbians to find a donor is born:
Panic in the test tube. (In Nice, April 12th and 13th, then in Paris)
In the wake, she released her second solo stage "It's going to be all black", with which she surveys the scenes of Nice and Paris since March 2019.