Tonight it will rain stars (Theater, cover)

Tonight it will rain stars (Theater, cover)


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From May 3 to June 7, 5 additional performances of the historical and musical show will be given Tonight it will rain stars, at the Vingtième Théâtre in Paris. This show is aimed more particularly at seniors - because their parents and grandparents lived through the 1st and / or 2nd World War - and at 3rd and 1st students, because the show corresponds to their history program (1870-1945), and offers students another vision of history.

Letters, songs, a touch of jazz and a note of hope ... This musical show revisits the past and three major conflicts that have marked contemporary history and Franco-German relations. From 1870 to 1945, through the "Der des Der", four young artists explore the memory of their elders and swing to the rhythm of a rare and tasty repertoire, where poignant texts (letters from soldiers, newspaper extracts, etc. .) alongside lighter melodies (period songs).

"Excellent singers and original repertoire" Nicolas Offenstadt, Historian.

"[...] a precious and surprising work of historical research [...] a sensitive and moving spectacle, imbued with humanism" History for all.

"[...] accessible to both college and high school students, the show opens up original avenues of work in history, but also in the context of teaching the history of the arts, or other approaches interdisciplinary, in a fruitful association between teaching French, musical education and history " Jean-Louis Carnat - IA-IPR of History and Geography - Academy of Paris.

Tonight it will rain stars, at the Vingtième Théâtre (7, rue des Plâtrières, Paris 20th, Ménilmontant metro). May 3 to June 7 (except Thursday May 17), Thursday afternoons at 2:30 p.m. Twentieth Theater (7, rue des Plâtrières, Paris 20th, Ménilmontant metro).


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