THEATER: The Divorced Clan settles down for four performances at the Théâtre de la Chapelle


Invited for the occasion, the trio made up of Alil Vardar, Marie-Laetitia Vardar and Claire Gérard will perform this cheeky comedy which has been a hit in Paris with more than three million spectators in the space of fifteen years.

Given the very busy program for the month of June, the Théâtre de la Chapelle has reserved its magnificent stage for the play "Le Clan des Divorcées" on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 June with a double of performances, the first at 19 p.m. and the second at 21:30 p.m. A humorous play, Le Clan de Divorcées is the second play written by Alil Vardar, Belgian actor and playwright best known for having created the said work, from which a derivative television series was broadcast on Comédie+. Performed on stage since January 2004, this play tells the story of three divorced women who share accommodation: Stéphanie d'Humily de Malanpry (Claire Gérard), Mary Bybowl (Marie-Laetitia Vardar) and Brigitte Chabal (Alil Vardar) . 

The character of Stéphanie d'Humily de Malanpry is a middle-class woman who has just left an Ardèche shepherd and decides to change her life by moving to Paris in a large luxury apartment. She is therefore looking for two roommates to be able to share the rent. She will find them in the guise of two other divorced women, Mary Bybowl, a slightly cheeky Englishwoman who has just left several men and Brigitte Chabal, a rural woman represented as the most cultured of the three who divorced a man nine years ago. because of his way of "doing his business" by leaving droplets on the edges of the toilets. These three women with different characters and social statuses will go through this ordeal by supporting each other, with humor, of course. _VX 

4 exceptional performances: Friday June 17 at 19 p.m. and 21:30 p.m. / Saturday June 18 at 19 p.m. and 21:30 p.m. – Ticket office open at the theater every evening from 18 p.m.  Saturday and Sunday) – Info: 06 90 55 87 44 –

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