Théatre des Pantins  

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With Alfred Jarry and Claude Terrasse, Franc-Nohain co-founded the Théatre des Pantins, which in 1898 was the site of marionette performances of Jarry's "Ubu Roi."

Le 20 janvier 1898, une représentation d'Ubu Roi par des marionnettes (dues à Pierre Bonnard) est donnée au théâtre des Pantins, à Paris.



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