Selestat. Contemporary brigades in the hospital

In the reception hall of the Sélestat hospital, the vending machines for cold drinks and coffee purr at a sustained pace, an incessant and heavy background noise. It is 1:15 p.m., Friday July 23 when, suddenly, texts from contemporary theater, by Pier Paolo Pasolini, poems by Aimé Césaire, by Cécile Coulon are read by Anaïs Calves and Omer Kocak, students of the National Theater of Strasbourg ( TNS).

Time stands still, visitors freeze in front of …

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