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Saturday, October 24 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Lit Crawl Angers

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Join a group of actors from Angers, France - medieval seat of the great Plantagenet dynasty in the Loire Valley - for a reading on and interpretation of the life ofEleanor of Aquitaine based on adapted excerpts from an essay by Norman Cantor. Readers are Phoebe Marshall-Raimbeau, Francoise Arnaud, Marie France Roland and Kenneth Thomas. Directed and produced by Nicole Graine.

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Françoise Arnaud

Françoise Arnaud was born and educated in Aquitaine. She studied English and American literature at the university of Bordeaux where she worked as a lecturer. She then moved to Angers as a senior teacher and educational adviser in High School. She joined the English-language Library... Read More →
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Kenneth Thomas

Kenneth Thomas was born and brought up in England. He taught English and drama in secondary education all his working life in Anjou, France, where he developed a keen interest in French medieval history.
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Marie France Roland

Marie France Roland has a graduate degree in English before teaching at the high school and university level.  She then become Director of a teacher resource center before going into teacher training and serving on a national jury. After retiring, Marie France was elected as Chairwoman... Read More →
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Nicole Graine-Riéra

Nicole Graine-Riéra was born in 1950 in Alger. She earned a BA in both English and Economic and Social Administration. She worked as an English teacher before starting a new career in the recruitment business in Paris.  In 2000, Nicole retired in Angers and started volunteering... Read More →
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Phoebe Marshall-Raimbeau

Phoebe Marshall-Raimbeau was born in NYC, lived in the Boston area and moved to France after receiving her BA from Sarah Lawrence College. She worked as manager and book buyer for Brentano’s bookstore in Paris for 9 years before taking the position as Director of the English-language... Read More →

Saturday October 24, 2020 10:30am - 11:00am PDT