As part of Theatrical Perspectivesthe university invites you to discover the Charles Dullin theater in Chambéry as you have never seen it before! Through a historical and scenographic visit, familiarize yourself with the history of this theater built in 1866 and then walk through the different spaces (stage, hangers, under the stage, dressing rooms, ballroom).
See you on Monday, February 20 at 4:45 pm at the Charles Dullin Theater.
The visit will be led by Pascale Quezel, public relations officer, and Marc Vuillermoz, lecturer in French language and literature.
The Perspectives Théâtrales were set up in October 2000 as part of a cultural partnership between theUniversité Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB) and the Espace Malraux Scène nationale. They create a bridge between the university reading of dramatic works and the practice of theater. More concretely, it is about bringing students to undertake a reflection on theatrical texts from their specific destination: the stage.
For more information: Service Vie Étudiante et de Campus (SVEC) - 04 79 75 94 15