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Je Mise Tout

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This is Roxane Le Texier who plays Queen of France Marie Antoinette in “1789 : Les Amants de la Bastille”.

A special KISS to my friend Carmen Arbues Miro who did a brilliant work with this show…Besos querida…;))

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Worth Seeing

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“Show my head to the people, it is worth seeing.”
(Georges Jacques Danton – leading figure of the French Revolution, 1759–1794)

This is David Ban performing Danton, a leading figure of the French Revolution, in “1789 : Les Amants de la Bastille”.

The excellent lighting performance is by Xavier Lauwers.

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Pour la Peine

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“…On veut des rêves, Qui nous soulèvent,
On veut des fleurs, A nos douleurs…”

Louis Delort surrounded by a part of the theatre company during the opening of “1789 : Les Amants de la Bastille”.
Louis Delort became popular in France after performing in “The Voice”, the multinational singing competition TV series.

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Tomber Dans Ses Yeux

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Louis Delort with a few dancers of the theatre company during the opening of “1789 : Les Amants de la Bastille”.
Louis Delort became popular in France after performing in “The Voice”, the multinational singing competition TV series.

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Je Veux Le Monde

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“Je veux le monde
Aux larmes citoyennes
La femme est souveraine…”

This is Nathalia performing Solène in “1789 : Les Amants de la Bastille”.

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Revolution

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“The French revolution taught us the rights of man.”
(Thomas Sankara – Burkinabé Marxist revolutionary and President of Burkina Faso, 1949–1987)

This is Nathalia performing Solène in “1789 : Les Amants de la Bastille”.

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The most abandoned

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“At last I perceive that in revolutions the supreme power rests with the most abandoned.”
(Georges Jacques Danton – leading figure of the French Revolution, 1759–1794)

Those dancers were performing the storming of the Bastille during the opening of “1789 : Les Amants de la Bastille”.

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