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    1.Tue Dec 4 8pm Viva Maria by Louis Malle Alliance Française of SF 2.Sun Dec 9 7pm The Miser `L Avare Written by Molière 3.Mon Dec 10 1 pm The Place Of
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      1.Tue Dec 4 8pm Viva Maria by Louis Malle Alliance Française of SF
      2.Sun Dec 9 7pm The Miser `L' Avare' Written by Molière
      3.Mon Dec 10 1 pm The Place Of Nuclear In Tomorrow's Energy Jacques Bouchard
      4.Sun Dec 16 7pm for just $20 A Flea in Her Ear by Feydeau

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      tuesday Dec 4 8pm Viva Maria by Louis Malle Alliance Française of SF
      Bardot plays the daughter of an Irish anarchist. On the lam in Mexico
      circa 1910, she hides out with a touring carnival troupe, where she
      joins singer Jeanne Moreau in a dance hall act. The two (both named
      Maria) become such a hit that wildly enthusiastic audiences sometimes
      strip right along with them! But the action gets even hotter when
      Moreau falls for a handsome revolutionnary and the two women fing
      themselves at the head of an armed peasant revolt.
      Free for Members of l'Alliance Française of SF
      $30.00 with monthly subscription LE PASS,$5 per Movie
      1345 Bush St. Phone: (415) 775-775

      Sunday Dec 9 7pm The Miser `L' Avare' Written by Molière,
      trans. David Chambers
      Mention your are from LUDO'S GROUP and
      ask for a $12 Ticket(30% Off) by calling 408 295 4200 or
      at the box office depending of avaliability.
      529 South Second Street San José, Ca 95112
      City Lights Theatre http://www.cltc.org presents this classic
      French farce because nothing says "Happy Holidays!"
      more than a tale of greed. The wealthy Harpagon
      makes Scrooge look like an amateur, as he strives
      to keep his children from spending his money.
      Directions: Take Highway 280 south. Take the 7th St. exit. Turn
      right on Virginia (at bottom of the off-ramp). Turn right on 3rd St.
      (at 1st stop light). Turn left on William (at 3rd stop light). Turn
      left on 2nd Street (at stop light).

      Mon Dec 10 The Place Of Nuclear In Tomorrow's Energy Jacques Bouchard
      Director, French Nuclear Society; Member, Atomic Energy Commission of France
      The energy question is a global one, with 87 percent of the energy
      consumed coming from oil, coal and natural gas. These are finite
      resources controlled by a small number of countries whose
      large-scale utilization raises difficult environmental problems.
      Is nuclear power a viable, safe and environmentally sound
      alternative energy source?
      1 pm, Check-in | 1:30 pm, Program | UC Berkeley Alumni House
      No charge | To map directions to this event, visit
      http://www.berkeley.edu/map/maps/DE34.html
      Resevation: http://www.commonwealthclub.org/eastbay.html
      Co-sponsored by the Goldman School of Public Policy,
      Department of Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley, and
      The World Affairs Council of Northern California.

      Sunday December 16 7pm for just $20(25% Off) A Flea in Her Ear-
      ` Une puce a l'oreille ' by Georges Feydeau
      Mention your are from LUDO'S GROUP and Avoid the rush and $2
      handling fee by contacting Sandra (408)367-7262 or sandras@...
      Get ready for the funniest play ever written live on stage this
      holiday season!
      Picture it- turn of the century Paris, pre-Viagra, we meet a
      husband who's not performing in the bedroom. His suspicious
      wife and her best friend attempt to catch him in a lurid affair,
      only to find mistaken identities, revolving beds, and many doors.
      Do not miss this rousing bedroom farce by Georges Feydeau
      Balcony Seating Only
      San Jose Repertory Theatre http://www.sjrep.com/
      101 Paseo de San Antonio San Jose CA 95113-2603
      Take 101 South to 880 South
      Exit at Coleman Ave., turn left, go South towards downtown San Jose.
      Coleman Ave. turns into Market Street. Follow Market to San Fernando.
      Turn left on San Fernando Street. Go to Second Street.
      Turn right on Second Street. The Theatre (blue building)
      will be on left in the middle of the block.
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