Storms Still [Toujours l’orage]

Author(s): Enzo Cormann
A former actor haunted by the ghosts of his past, has spent twenty-five years as a recluse indulging in painting as a form of escapism. However, his self-imposed solitude comes to an abrupt halt when an acclaimed director shows up on his doorstep and demands that the aged actor come out of hiding and star in a Berlin-based production of Shakespeare’s King Lear.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:2M
Notes:

The play has been translated into German, Spanish, Chinese and Italian.
See also Enzo Cormann’s website.

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Théâtre Garonne, Toulouse, November 4, 1997, then on tour (in Foix, Albi, Valence), and finally transferring to Paris, Théâtre de la Tempête, November 25–December 21,1997; director, Henri Bornstein. Also, Théâtre de Poche/Vidy Théâtre, Lausanne, Switzerland, directed by Philippe Morand.
Nationality of Author: French
Original Language: French
Production Rights Holder:

SACD: Direction du Spectacle Vivant

Experience(s) Chronicled: Hiding | Survivors and Subsequent Generations

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