Jean-Louis Fernandez is devoted to live theater and dance, and here he is presenting a photographic record of the Comédie-Française theater and company in Paris, showing the entire creative process, from rehearsal to performance, on and off stage, even venturing into dressing rooms. With time suspended, he captures moments rarely seen by outsiders: time devoted to work, concentration or relaxation, a fleeting moment of private reflection discreetly observed. The doors of the Comédie-Française were opened to him, offering the opportunity to record his view of the theater and company dating back to 1680 and thriving today.


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