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Georges Feydeau

Sauce for the Goose

Original title: Le Dindon

First Slovenian production

Director

Luka Martin Škof

Opening night

27 November 2010
Main Stage

Duration:

120 minutes

Creators

Creative team

TRANSLATOR

Aleš Berger

Drama Igralec: Aleš Berger | odpri ustvarjalca

SET DESIGNER

Miha Knific

Drama Igralec: Miha Knific | odpri ustvarjalca

COSTUME DESIGNER

Nadja Bedjanič

Drama Igralec: Nadja Bedjanič | odpri ustvarjalca

COMPOSER

Mirko Vuksanović

Drama Igralec: Mirko Vuksanović | odpri ustvarjalca

LANGUAGE CONSULTANT

Jože Faganel

Drama Igralec: Jože Faganel | odpri ustvarjalca

LIGHTING DESIGNER

Milan Podlogar

Drama Igralec: Milan Podlogar | odpri ustvarjalca

Cast

Alojz Svete

Pontagnac

Gorazd LogarDrama Igralec: Gorazd Logar | odpri igralca

Rédillon

Matjaž Tribušon

Soldignac

Marko Okorn

Pinchard

Tom Ban

Gérome

Aljaž Jovanović

Victor

Rok ViharDrama Igralec: Rok Vihar | odpri igralca

Hotel manager

Maja SeverDrama Igralec: Maja Sever | odpri igralca

Lucienne Vatelin

Veronika DrolcDrama Igralec: Veronika Drolc | odpri igralca

Clotilde Pontagnac

Iva BabićDrama Igralec: Iva Babić | odpri igralca

Maggy Soldignac

Polona VetrihDrama Igralec: Polona Vetrih | odpri igralca

Madame Pinchard

Maša DergancDrama Igralec: Maša Derganc | odpri igralca

Armandine

French playwright Georges Feydeau (1862−1921) is regarded as one of great French playwrights of “La Belle Epoque” and the greatest of farce-writers. Le Dindon is considered one of Feydeau’s major works. In this three-act play Georges Feydeau takes us to the heights of farcical frivolity as philandering Parisians struggle to conceal their indiscretions from their spouses. Slamming doors, bungled love affairs, vaudevillian antics, and barbed satire punctuate this outrageous comedy about love, lust, and marriage. “Its three acts go from bourgeois home to wildly promiscuous hotel and then back to the daylight world after a night which can once more only be evoked by the words: ‘My God! What a night!’”
(Pronko, Georges Feydeau)

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