A Voice

Theatre (solo show, storytelling)

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Description

Paris, 1971: The optimism of the last decade is faltering, and women are fighting for equal rights. Yéyé star Angèle is watching her career stall, stuck in the image created for her fans and unable to find her true voice. How can you find who you really are if you’ve never really looked for it? A stunning one-woman show exploring freedom of expression by blending storytelling and songs to tell the story of a woman finding her voice.

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