Golgota picnic est une pièce de théâtre de l'auteur argentin Rodrigo García, mettant en scène un Jésus-Christ fou.

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  • Golgota picnic est une pièce de théâtre de l'auteur argentin Rodrigo García, mettant en scène un Jésus-Christ fou.
  • Golgota Picnic ("Golgotha Picnic") is a play by the Argentinian playwright Rodrigo García. The play interweaves serious critique of consumer society, despair over the human race and deconstruction of the person and message of Jesus of Nazareth. Its performance in 2011 in the French city of Toulouse, and subsequently in Paris, led to protests by French Catholics.For Golgota Picnic Rodrigo Garcia has collaborated for the first time with musician Marino Formenti, who performs in the show "The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour On the Cross" by Joseph Haydn on a piano, completely naked.
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  • Golgota picnic est une pièce de théâtre de l'auteur argentin Rodrigo García, mettant en scène un Jésus-Christ fou.
  • Golgota Picnic ("Golgotha Picnic") is a play by the Argentinian playwright Rodrigo García. The play interweaves serious critique of consumer society, despair over the human race and deconstruction of the person and message of Jesus of Nazareth.
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