In 1910 Brussels, a young woman draws on her resourcefulness and her strength of character to bring happiness to her quarrelsome parents, her Parisian co-worker, and even a fiance she doesn’t love. Perhaps the most celebrated comedy of the Belgian repertoire, now in a new English translation and adaptation.
The Marriage of Mademoiselle Beulemans, by Franz Fonson and Fernand Wicheler. Translated, adapted, and directed by R. David Valayre.
With Alan Badger (Mr. Beulemans), Abhishek Das (Albert), Fabien Ferhani (Seraphin), Lynne Hollander (Mrs. Meulemeester), Nastassia Maltsava (Suzanne Beulemans), Karen Sellinger (Mrs. Beulemans), R. David Valayre (Mr. Delpierre), Vishalini Mona Vimal (Isabelle), Ket Watters (Mr. Mostinckx). Lights: Katrina van Winkle. Sound: Jonathan Loo. Production Consultant, Costume Design & Makeup: Vishalini Mona Vimal. Photos & Video: David Wilson.
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