Translation, adaptation and staging Zabou Breitman, with Zabou Breitman, production Cabotine - Cie Zabou Breitman.
Zabou Breitman takes us into the world of Dorothy Parker. Author and columnist, she was, during the interwar period, one of the most feared feathers on the New York intellectual scene and the friend of the Fitzgeralds, Hemingway, Gertrude Stein and Louise Brooks. Dorothy Parker died alone in 1967 in a Manhattan hotel and proposed for her funeral urn, the epitaph: Pardon for dust.
Read Parker. This is the story of a woman. It was a long time ago. It's now. The stories of a woman. She is 20, 30, 40, and 50 years old. She doubts, she drinks, she struggles, she is bored to death, she is, whatever her story, frightfully alone. And that's precisely where laughter comes from. The terrible laughter of recognized situations. Because she is me, she is us.
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