|Teatru:||Teatrul National Marin Sorescu|
|Regia:||Regia Alexandru Boureanu, Raluca Păun|
|Autor:||Autor André Roussin|
Andre Roussin, born on January 22, 1911 in Marseilles, the son of an industrialist, began his occupation with his friend Louis Ducreux (and the theater company Le Rideau gris) before achieving success and fame with Une grande fille toute simple (1944). , Nina, Le Petit Hutte (1974), Les Oeufs d’Autruche (1948), Bobosse (1950), Lorsque l’Enfant paraît (1951), La Mamma (1957), Les Glorieuses (1960) ), La Coquine (1961), La Voyante (1963), La Locomotive (1966). He also published memoirs (Patiences et impatiences, 1953); Un contentement raisonnable, 1965) in Plon and Comedies de la Scene et de la ville by Calmann-Levy.
Pierre de Boisdeffre, A Living History of French Literature Today, Universe Publishing, 1972
The day that Charles Jaquet, Minister of Education, Family and Culture, a staunch enemy of vice and sin, achieves a political success by closing brothels and banning abortions, is also the day that he receives blow after blow at home, first from his son, then from his wife. They have some shocking news for him! His career, his son’s future and his daughter’s wedding are in jeopardy! His only hope remains that the bio-experiment with the rabbit will be negative! A sparkling comedy written by André Roussin in 1951, but still extremely topical today. A show full of unexpected twists and turns.