- Robert Wilson, this modern magician of drama, shows two provocative texts of the Great War, ironic and strange. No need to introduce this internationally renowned artist: since the early 70s, his shows have been a succession of shocks. He is an inventor, a visual artist, as well as designer, sculptor of words and images. He transforms these texts into a cabaret with a succession of dreamlike paintings, full of music and humor. This rather intimate show, burlesque and sometimes dark, proposes this duo: Optimism and Pessimism, like Laurel and Hardy lookalikes, immersed in a black and white scene.