There may be a compelling play about the 1897 concert in the Paris Catacombs, but Les Innocents is not it

Instead you’ll find yourself killing time with a Belle Epoque Orpheus.

(Re)discover Theatre’s self-serious one-act slog purports to be “inspired by a real concert that took place in the Paris Catacombs in 1897,” and I’ve no doubt there’s a compelling story to be excavated somewhere from that event. But, my God, this full-body-cringe-inducing work of theater cannot be it.…

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