“Do I believe in God? And how could I believe in God since my tongue just got stuck in my typewriter? Doubt is tearing me apart. And what if everything was but an illusion? If nothing existed? If only God would show me a sign of his existence… If he deposited a bunch of dough in a swiss bank, for instance.” Woody Allen.
This thought illustrates fairly well Woody Allen’s state of mind when he wrote his one act play “God”. Allen decided to be the first one laugh about everything. He who laughs last laughs the longest, of course. But according to Woody, he who is the last to laugh is just the slowest one.
Sets: Benoît Anquez
Costumes: Véronique Schlumberger, Sylviane Rieuf
Props: Catherine Corcoran
Music: Florian Chauvin
Lights: Arnaud Desalos
Sounds: Thomas Rischmann, Sylviane Rieuf
Video: Danielle Millioud
Poster: Rosella Pessin
Photography: David Bovet
Communication: Slimane Bouabbane
Sponsoring: Claudine Francois
Treasurer: Thérèse Ziegler