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New show this 2019 year for Dominique, she will be playing the rôle of Cécile amazingly played in France by Amanda Lear in the play "Panic hits the ministry" from the 1st to the 4th of May at Library at the Docklands.

You can listen the french interview of the actors on SBS radio
by clicking the photo =>

Or you can directly book your tickets at the following link:
http://melbournefrenchtheatre.org.au/current-production-may/

When Dominique is not playing a puppet show she plays as an actress. In May she will be playing for the Melbourne French Theatre: "Le Père Noël est une ordure" from 2nd to 5th of May at the Library at the Dock Performing Space, 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade, Docklands.

 
You can listen to the interview in the studios of SBS radio with the actors Michel Bula, Dominique Croset, Guillaume Sabouraud and Richard Ryan by clicking on the picture.

http://melbournefrenchtheatre.org.au/current-production-may/
Last minute: do not miss the last show of this summer
"No Holiday for Little Blue"

in French language
In outdoor in St Kilda, 78 Chapel Street, 3182
in case of shower we'll play inside
on Sunday the 25th of March at 11:00 am
Please arrive 15 min before the show

$10 for children
Free for children under 3 and accompanying adults
Parents: please bring a folding chair :)

Parents, Teachers and Professionals welcome

For more information and to book contact Dominique:
Phone: +61.416.956.140
email : les-mariolles@hotmail.fr



Les Mariolles will be performing "Santa Claus has disappeared"
in French language
in St Kilda on Sunday the 17th of December at 10:30 am

$10 for children
Free for children under 3 and accompanying parents
Parents: please bring a folding chair :)

For more information and to book contact Dominique:
Phone: +61.434.361.691
email : les-mariolles@hotmail.fr

Interview de Dominique Croset-Davillé par Valentine Sabouraud sur le Courier Australien


Les Mariolles have performed "The Life of Little Blue"

in St Kilda on Sunday the 19th of November.
Thanks for those who attended to the show, it was a great pleasure to play for all the children, to hear their emotions and see all their smiling faces.


Interview de Dominique Davillé par Christophe Mallet sur la radio SBS Australia