The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0107 Sunday, 8 February 1998.
From: katherine Elizabeth Heald <
Date: Tuesday, 3 Feb 1998 18:00:10 EST
Subject: Moliere at LE NEON!!!!
LE NEON French-American Theatre presents
at The Rosslyn Spectrum
(Love is the Best Doctor)
Directed by Dominique Montet and Didier Rousselet
Featuring Didier Rousselet as Moliere
Stage Managed by katherine Elizabeth Heald
In French, with simultaneous English Translation
February 13 - March 15
A show for the entire family. Be snobbish, why don't you! Come and
listen to Moliere's hilarious play in the original French, and enjoy
understanding it thanks to the simultaneous English translation and the
physicality that typifies LE NEON productions.
This production is made possible by a grant from The Florence Gould
performances: Th - Sat at 8PM, Sun at 2PM
tickets from $12-$20 with student and group rates
call (703) 243-NEON (6366)
for details, reservations, and directions.
We kindly ask everyone, including Pass-Holders, to reserve early.
LE NEON at THE ROSSLYN SPECTRUM
1601 N. Kent Street
(Two blocks from the Rosslyn Metro)
Ample underground parking ($2) or street parking available
LE NEON Theatre
4350 North Fairfax Drive, Ste. 127
Arlington, Virginia 22203
February 13: Opening Night Gala. Enjoy a catered reception following the
performance. Tickets $30. Dan & Brad's Restaurant is the exclusive
corporate sponser of the Gala.
February 14: Soiree Speciale St. Valentin. L'amour Medecin a prix. Buy
one ticket at the the regular price, get the second ticket for 1/2
February 19: Arlington Arts Supporter Night. Tickets $10 for all
subscribers/members of any Arlington County Arts Group.
February 24: Lecture/Buffet at the Alliance Francaise w/ guest speaker
Aurelien Recoing, French actor and theatre professor. Reservations (202)
February 28: Moliere Special Events: Moliere & the Medical Profession: A
Symposium co-hosted by LE NEON THEATRE & GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
10AM - 5PM at GWU
Join LE NEON and GWU for a full day of education and entertainment
concerning Moliere and his favorite target for ridicule, the medical
profession. The event will include presentations by Moliere scholars &
physicians complimented by demonstrations of 17th Century acting
techniques and scenes from a Moliere play. Period Dinner & Play Package.
At 6pm, enjoy a typical 17th century French
dinner at the theatre followed by the play.
February 11 & March 11: Le Siecle de Moliere. A free, guided tour in
French at the National Gallery of Art. Reservations (202) 234-7911
Post-Production Discussions: Join the directors and actors for a
discussion following every Sunday performance.
I hope you all can join us for this wonderful, and exciting
k E Heald feel free to email or call if you have any questions!