Men hide to lie… only at the Théâtre de la Chapelle


The hilarious (and musical) comedy which triumphs in France and finally proves to you that males have heart will be played this weekend at the Orient Bay theater, with a third performance on Sunday given the growing demand.

The central question of this play written by Vincent Piguet and entitled "Men hide to lie" is: how long can you hide from your best friend that his wife has left him? Two actors will take place on the theater stage to embody Max and Yvou. Max, a successful actor, particularly wants his bedridden and cantankerous father, with whom he has been in an argument for 15 years, to watch him on television the day he receives his Molière. As for Yvou, his faithful, unpredictable and slightly moody friend, he agrees to play the carer to help him achieve his goal, but on one condition... that Max write him a musical to impress Marie, the love of his life. The exchange of niceties turns out to be perfect except that not everything will go as planned when Max discovers that his best friend's sweetheart has set sail. Between ruptures, lies, misunderstandings and parodies of songs, this infernal duo promises to make people laugh while remaining extremely touching. Vincent Piguet, an actor who has taken Actor Studio training and comedian who has been active since 2004 thanks to one-man shows that have won over many comedy festival juries, will be accompanied on stage by Patrick Chanfray, director and comedian to whom we owe the first parts of big names of laughter like Florence Foresti or Omar and Fred and who regularly appears in well-known TV shows. "Men hide to lie" directed by Charles Hudon, will show a great bond between the actors that was already transpiring during the press conference last Tuesday and will give pride of place to light but intelligent puns. Three performances to enjoy the theatrical performance: this Friday 11, this Saturday 12 and this Sunday 13 November, all three at 19:30 p.m. _VX

Admission price: €30 (association members €25) – Ticket office open at the theater every evening from 18 p.m. to 19 p.m. (except Saturday and Sunday) – Info: 06 90 55 87 44

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