The théâtre de Gennevilliers is a French national dramatic center inaugurated on 22 January 1983, 19 years after the arrival of Bernard Sobel at Gennevilliers in the Hauts-de-Seine departement.
In 2007, Bernard Sobel is succeeded by Pascal Rambert as director of the place.
Gennevilliers is a commune in the northwestern suburbs of Paris, in the Hauts-de-Seine department of Île-de-France. It is located 9.1 km (5.7 mi) from the centre of Paris. In 2017, it had a population of 46,907.
The Parc de la Villette is the third-largest park in Paris, 55.5 hectares in area, located at the northeastern edge of the city in the 19th arrondissement. The park houses one of the largest concentrations of cultural venues in Paris, including the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, three major concert venues, and the prestigious Conservatoire de Paris.
Oslo Nye Teater is a theater located in Oslo, Norway. The theater has its main stage in its own theater house at Rosenkrantz' gate 10. It is one of Norway's most visited theatres. Oslo Nye Teater AS is wholly owned by Oslo Municipality.
The arrondissement of Nanterre is an arrondissement of France in the Hauts-de-Seine department in the Île-de-France region. It has 17 communes. Its population is 900,667 (2019), and its area is 91.8 km2 (35.4 sq mi).
The Musée de Montmartre is located in Montmartre, at 8-14 rue Cortot in the 18th (XVIII) arrondissement of Paris, France. It was founded in 1960 and was classified as a Musée de France in 2003. The buildings were formerly the home of several famous artists, including Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Suzanne Valadon.
Les Grésillons is a station in Paris' express suburban rail system, the RER. In the future, Paris Metro Line 15 will stop here. It is situated in Gennevilliers, in the département of Hauts-de-Seine, and close to the industrial zone of the Caboeufs.
Bernard Sobel (1887–1964) was an American playwright, a drama critic for the New York Daily Mirror, an author of a number of books on theatre and theatre history, and a publicist.
Gennevilliers is a station in Paris's express suburban rail system, the RER. It is situated in Gennevilliers, in the département of Hauts-de-Seine.
The Port of Gennevilliers is the largest port in the Ile-de-France and the largest French river port. It is located in the commune of Gennevilliers in the north of the Hauts-de-Seine.
The Victoria Theatre (1899–1915) was a prominent American vaudeville house during the early years of the twentieth century. Theatre mogul Oscar Hammerstein I opened it in 1899 on the northwest corner of Seventh Avenue and 42nd Street, along New York City’s Longacre Square. The theatre was closely associated with the Paradise Roof Garden above it, and the two venues came to be known collectively as Hammerstein’s.
Pascal Rambert is a French writer, choreographer, and director for the stage and screen. He was born in 1962.
L'Otage is a three-act theatre play by the French author Paul Claudel, and the first one of La Trilogie des Coûfontaine.
Le Pain dur is a three-act theatre play by French author Paul Claudel, published in 1918 and the second play of La Trilogie des Coûfontaine. The play was performed in Switzerland and Canada by Ludmilla Pitoëff between 1941 and 1943.
Gaëtan Vassart is a theatre director, author and actor born in 1978 in Brussels, Belgium.
The canton of Gennevilliers is an administrative division of the Hauts-de-Seine department, in northern France. It was created at the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. Its seat is in Gennevilliers.
NGC 3005 is an edge-on spiral galaxy in the constellation of Ursa Major, discovered by Bindon Stoney on January 25, 1851. It is a member of the NGC 2998 group, which also includes NGC 2998, NGC 3002, NGC 3006, NGC 3008, and a few others.
NGC 3006 is an edge-on spiral galaxy in the constellation Ursa Major. It has an apparent magnitude of 15. It was discovered by the astronomer Bindon Stoney on January 25, 1851.
NGC 3008 is a lenticular galaxy with an active galactic nucleus in the constellation of Ursa Major, discovered by William Parsons and his assistants. It is about 40 thousand light years across, and with a recessional velocity of about 4,785 kilometers per second, is at a distance of 240 million light-years from the Sun.