Join us for a series of performances by French artist Clyde Chabot. Chabot is the author, artistic director and performer for the French theatre company La Communauté inavouable, founded in 1992.
SICILIA covers the history of migrations in the family of Clyde Chabot, who left Sicily at the end of the 19th century for the United States, Tunisia and then France. She performs it around a big table, as if the audience were her family. She shares with them a bit of Pecorino with pepper, the only Sicilian relic that has been passed on through generations. She has performed this show more than 150 times in France and abroad.
This performance is in ENGLISH. For a performance in French, see the March 24 showtimes
This event is free but ticketed. Reserve your free ticket here.
Contact Sonja Stojanovic for any questions
Originally published at romancelanguages.nd.edu.