French Dressing

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Marc Camoletti, Director: Sandro Eloshvili

 

Comedy in 2 Acts

“French Dressing” is a typical Boulevard comedy. The author of the play, Marc Camoletti entered the Guinness World Records as the playwright of the most frequently staged French production. Jacqueline, Bernard’s wife, is going to visit her mother; Bernard is waiting for Suzanne, his mistress. Suzanne is having a birthday and Bernard has hired a professional cook, Suzette, to prepare a special dinner. However, Jacqueline stays home, as Robert arrives. Robert is Bernard’s best friend and Jacqueline’s lover… At the end of the performance Georges will appear… Lost, are you? Come and see us and we will do our best to explain.

According to the play “Don’t Dress for Dinner” (“Un pyjama pour Six”) by Marc Camoletti

Director – Sandro Eloshvili
Choreographer – Gia Margania
Designer – Sophie Kiknavelidze
Musical Arrangement – Sandro Eloshvili
Assistant to Director – Khatuna Aptsiauri

T H E  C A S T:
Bernard – Nikoloz Giorgadze, David Chichinadze
Jacqueline – Salome Mikadze
Robert – George Chumburidze
Suzette – Salome Laperadze
Suzanne – Salome Tsurtsumia
Georges – Zuka Gabunia

The first performance was held on 16 December 2011
Duration of the performance 1:50 minutes with one intermission.