Marceau

Guillaume — supporting character in Marceau

by on Oct.14, 2013, under Gay

Dinner theatre was a common form of entertainment in Paris and throughout Europe for that matter. This art form brought an ambiance to the audience based upon the various acts performed on stage. Le Salon Orangerie was a private theatre meaning only members were allowed to attend. This Salon was bought by Maurice Marceau for Guillaume although this tidbit of information is not in the story. Le Salon Orangerie was used as an outlet to voice concerns politically as well as for entertainment. Guillaume is one of my favorite characters in the whole novel. He is a character actor in the theatre who  quite careful with clothes and dotes on Maurice.


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