Marcel Pagnol / Jean Giono
Translation and adaptation of Jean Giono's 1929 short story 'Regain' ('Aftergrass') and Marcel Pagnol's 1937 film scenario of the same name.
In 1937, the French writer Marcel Pagnol (1896-1974) adapted a short story by time and local fellow Jean Giono into a film scenario: 'Regain'. It tells the story of a hunter who hunts down a woman and eventually ends up a farmer.
In 2000, Waas Gramser and Kris Van Trier adapted this a lesser known film script by Marcel Pagnol and Jean Giono into a theatre play 'Regain'.
Premiere: July 2000, Zomer van Antwerpen, Hoboken (BE)
Premiere French version: September 2005, Aubagne (FR)
Premiere Spanish version: May 2005, Madrid (ES)
In open air. With pick-nick at the tables.
Translation and adaptation: Waas Gramser, Kris Van Trier
French translation: Monique Nagielkopf
Spanish translation: Ana Crespo
Actors: Frank Dierens, Waas Gramser, Sigrid Vinks/Kyoko Scholiers/Marie Bos/ Betsy Vreys, Jan Decorte/Koen Van Impe, Kris Van Trier
Costumes (design and realisation): Thijsje Strypens
Setting, décor (realisation): Koen Schetske, Stevie Van Haver
Production: De Onderneming