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[REVIEW] “Open Space” by Cédrick Spinassou

It is in Paris, at the Théâtre de la Reine Blanche, near the mythical Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord of the British director Peter Brook, that you can discover “Open Space”, the new play of the French young author and director Cedric Spinassou.

 

Synopsis:

Between a crook and a liar CEO, a hysterical and overworked product manager, a slacker and football fan commercial director, a Barbie Girl and nymphomaniac secretary, a sadomasochist designer, an alcoholic and depressive chief financial officer, a black trade unionist in search of his ancestors… white, and a lucid but misunderstood housekeeper …
At “Evasion”, luxury lingerie company, it is the crisis, but nobody knows it… or almost!

In the nice room of Théâtre de la Reine blanche, the young troupe of actors will give heart to joy in the respective parts of the play. And although sometimes at the edge of caricature and the tempo of their entries/exits is not always fair, you let yourself quickly carried away by their enthusiasm and the succession of twists in the play. In a world in crisis, it is always good to laugh at a piece with a hitting pitch: “Employees not very models in a company not very ethical: it moves!”

“Open Space” is so a funny and nice play to see for a few performances at Théâtre de la Reine blanche.

 

To learn more:

  • “Open Space” (2010)
    Author: Cédrick Spinassou
    The Big Boss: Karim Ba
    The Consultant and Messenger: Eric Vidalenc
    The Union delegate: Mamadou Traoré
    The Housemaid: Sandrine Haton
    The Chief Financial Officer: Catherine Heroui
    The Commercial Director: Kevin Dagneaux
    The Product Manager: Caroline Jolivet
    The Coffee Manager: Amael Rivoal
    Director: Cédrick Spinassou
    Location: Théâtre de la Reine Blanche, 2bis Passage Ruelle, 75018 Paris, France
    Official website of the play (in French)

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