Inspired by characters from Alexandre Dumas’ classic adventure novel, Project Y's new play is set in the occupied Paris of World War II. More…
The Third Reich has hung every balcony in the City of Light with swastika banners and filled the streets with the tramp of goose-stepping boots. While the French police pander to Nazi occupiers, in a secret room five brave women struggle to keep hope alive for themselves and their fellow citizens. The arrival of two strangers sets off a chain of events that might just turn the tide in this thriller about what happens when a group of women take up the chant, “All for one, and one for all!”
See it if Lady spies plot demise. Nazi Brit infiltrates femme French Resistance cell, imperilling all. Great femme ensemble of six.
Don't see it if Espionage takes time unraveling.Lady torture.Bombs.No Musketeers,just code:"One for all--when one of us is caught, can't identify the rest."
Also Alas, no swashbuckling.
See it if You want to see a new take on a classic. This production takes place in occupied Paris during the war. All actors were excellent
Don't see it if You prefer only light hearted plays
See it if you like a wonderful, absorbing play with stellar acting. Message: a few determined people can achieve big upsets of/during dictatorships!
Don't see it if you are not interested in plays about the Nazi occupation of France or inspiration how a few can risk their lives to save many others.
See it if A fictional account of the Nazi occupation of Paris. Bit of history. Very quick moving.
Don't see it if Sorry, did not enjoy this one at all for many reasons. One being a lot of muffled dialogue.