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The stage play "Meilleurs Allies" brings audiences to a key moment in European history.Casting de Gaulle wasn't easy for Bentegat, who only found a suitable actor five years after completing the play.It takes less than a minute for the audience to see de Gaulle rather than Pascal Racan, and Winston Churchill rather than Michel de Warzee.The play's subject is serious but the play is often funny, as Churchill and de Gaulle, with their contrasting personalities, become something like a comic duo. Where Churchill is a fun-loving, expressive man, de Gaulle is sober and introverted. While de Gaulle is slimmer and taller, Churchill is rounder and shorter. Racan and de Warzee hope the Beirut audience will be as passionate as they are about becoming part of this historic encounter between Churchill and de Gaulle.
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