“There are only two kinds of people who are really fascinating: people who know absolutely everything, and people who know absolutely nothing.” Oscar Wilde
Sketchs à deux voix bring together on the stage two protagonists (A and B, to make things simple). By means of a play on language the rhythmic quality of which takes our breath away, we share in the stupidity of their ways and their spite, but also their endearing amazement as living creatures with the capacity of speech.
What follows is a mixture of phony proverbs, fake puns, plays on sound, enumerations, repetitions, chains of words, and automatisms, to name but a few… By use of an array of jokes, sarcasm and sublime candour, Julien Buchy and Jérémie Le Louët invent their own version of the dialogue of the deaf.
A production by Les Dramaticules
Co-produced by La Communauté d’agglomération du Val de Bièvre