Thérèse Crémieux

Thérèse Crémieux is an actress and dramatist who has played in films by Robert Altman, Claude Lelouch, Laurent Heynemann, and Jacques Demy as well as in French theater. She collaborated on her own solo pieces with writer Philippe Ferran and directors Louis-Do de Lencquesaing, John Pepper, and Robert Cantarella. Her first play, Scènes étrangères, was produced at the Comédie-Française, and since 2011 she has written and published a number of plays including L’Art de la séparation, which takes place in Munich in 1933, Superstition, Dernière séance, and Low Cost.
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