THEATER: Karine Dubernet, ready to make Saint-Martin laugh


First time in the area, first time on the stage at the Théâtre de la Chapelle, Karine Dubernet already feels like a fish in water. It is from this Thursday that she will present her new show alone on stage with the non-evocative title “Souris pas”. Meet.

Trained at the conservatory of her native city, Marseille, it was at the age of 27 that Karine Dubernet decided to try her luck in Paris. Culture has a predominant place in the life of this actress who discovered her vocation by watching plays on television from an early age. Culture is as essential as it is indispensable, and despite a period turned upside down by the health crisis that has held us hostages for over a year, Karine Dubernet remains convinced of the need to entertain people and be in touch with them. This third show co-written with Carole Greep, who already wrote part of the writing of the second show of the Marseille comedian, tells the story of his life, from his early childhood to adulthood. Karine Dubernet takes us on this chronological journey whose tour de force is to bring her audience to recall their own memories linked to the dates mentioned. We discover the actress through several characters whose different voices resonate in her, Karine talks about her adolescence, her questions about her sexuality, her setbacks, her special relationship with her mother, her first writings, his first scenes, like a cat who had 9 lives. Karine Dubernet with multiple facets and caps (author, performer, actress, humorist, radio columnist) gives us a touching and sincere autobiographical portrait which calls for a smile (so don't be fooled by the title of the show) and above all to laugh. A recent favorite of the Saint-Gervais humor festival, Karine Dubernet is excited at the idea of ​​returning to the stage of the Théâtre de la Chapelle, which can boast of being the only theater open in France. Three performances will follow one after another from this Thursday at 19:30 p.m., performances which are already full but which latecomers do not hesitate to contact the Théâtre de la Chapelle, hoping that the chance of a withdrawal will be theirs. smiles.   _VX

 Performances Thursday 01/04, Friday 02/04 and Saturday 03/04 at 19:30 p.m.  Phone. : 06 90 55 87 44 -


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