The new show at the Théâtre du Rond Point tells the story of the famous pianist Clara Haskil, played by Laetitia Casta. Charlie Chaplin said, "I've been around three geniuses: Professor Einstein, Winston Churchill, & Clara Haskil."
In 1960, on the eve of a concert, Clara Haskil fell down an escalator in the Brussels train station. The pianist, then at the height of her fame, saw her childhood home in Bucharest burn down, and then her entire life. In a chiseled text, a meticulous score, the author Serge Kribus lets the voices of the child, the accomplished artist and his entourage be heard. Director Safy Nebbou discovers Clara Haskil's interpretations and life. He immediately identified the pianist's extreme grace and sensitivity with the actress Laetitia Casta, who told him of her desire to return to the theater, to venture out on her own.
Safy Nebbou's inspiration for this play came to him the day he discovered by chance a Clara H
Wednesday January 5th - 9pm
Théâtre du Rond Point
2Bis Av. Franklin Delano Roosevelt,
Your name will be indicated on a list at the entrance of the event.
Don't forget your mask and your health pass.