André Wilms Paroles d’acteurs / Casimir et Caroline


Ödön von Horváth’s 1931 play Casimir and Caroline is a disenchanted serenade, which reflects the country’s economical and moral collapse. At a beer festival, Casimir, who has just lost his job, fears his fiancé might leave him for a wealthier man. Actor André Wilms adapts this chronicle of the 1930s with young actors, as part of « Paroles d’acteurs », the ADAMI’s yearly program of collaboration and learning.