News from Le Théâtre du Rêve

November 30, 2016 | By FRENCH CULTURE ATLANTA

   The He(ART) of Translation

Théâtre du Rêve, in partnership with the Alliance Francaise d’Atlanta, invites YOU to a creative seminar on the many facets of translation! Featuring a panel of experts and artists, scenes from The Little Prince in English, French, Spanish, German and American Sign Language, and interactive breakout sessions. Explore the power of art to reshape itself across languages and cultures. Open to students and the public!

Where: Alliance Francaise d’Atlanta (Midtown)
When: Saturday, Feb. 4th, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Tickets:  $15.00 – $20.00

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Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) Residency & Workshops

This series of workshops and residencies is designed to prepare students at all levels of French to be audience members for Theatre du Reve’s upcoming production of Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince), February 1-12, 2017.

This carefully-constructed educational series provides students with in-depth preparation and understanding that go beyond our traditional pre-performance study guide and post-performance talkback. These workshops also complement traditional classroom study of this beloved classic.

Download a PDF of our programs on Le Petit Princelittle-prince-residencies-and-workshops

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Fables Fantastiques! - Professional Performances in Schools


Discover the fantastic world of fables in this exciting storytelling drama from Théâtre du Rêve. This 100% bilingual adaptation of fables from Aesop, La Fontaine, West Africa and around the Francophone world is meant to be enjoyed by one and all, regardless of your knowledge of the French language.

         

“No Fear French!” An audience member to another bilingual production exclaimed, “Even when I couldn’t understand the actual words, I had no problem understanding the text at all.”

TdR’s original production is brought to life through physical theatre, storytelling, object puppetry and (most importantly) audience interaction. (Available October 2016-May 2017) Click here for more information. For booking, please contact Caitlin Roe at caitlin@theatredureve.com.

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