One Spring in Paris or Bloody Henrietta

03/04/22, 19:00

The musical for the actors, or as the author himself states the "grandiose mini-musical", is a story of love and murder from the days when Europe danced a waltz. The very essence of the story, which takes place in Paris in 1914, is a reconstruction of the trial, in which the wife of the Minister of Finance, Robert Caillard, is accused of murdering the editor-in-chief of Figaro magazine. Are the motives for the murder really just compromising materials that the journalist allegedly owned? Or is there more to the crime?