Tonight's Fables de La Fontaine at Lincoln Center Festival Cancelled Due to Injury

Classic Arts News   Tonight's Fables de La Fontaine at Lincoln Center Festival Cancelled Due to Injury
 
Tonight's performance of Fables de La Fontaine by the Com_die-Fran‹aise at the Lincoln Center Festival has been cancelled due to an injury sustained by company member Madeleine Marion, festival officials announced today.

Details of the injury were not given, but Marion has withdrawn from the rest of the play's run.

Marion was to perform the roles of Ant, Heifer, Cow and Lady. Stepping in for her is Muriel Mayette, president and artistic director of the Com_die-Fran‹aise.

Tonight's ticket holders may request either a refund or tickets to a just-scheduled additional performance on Sunday afternoon, July 15.

Fables de La Fontaine is a staging by famed theater artist Robert Wilson of tales by the 16th-century French poet; the production was first presented by the Com_die-Fran‹aise in Paris in 2004.

Lincoln Center Festival 2007, which began on July 10, runs until July 29.

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