Letter typed signed, (Paris), June 13, 1952, Mr. Touchard, director of the theater of French comedy, 1 page in-4. Jean Marais announces the extension of his leave but confirms his presence for the repetition of a play. Leaving Paris without being able to see you again, I ask you by my agent, Madame Blanche Montel, the extension of my leave until October 10, 1952 and I would be very grateful if you send me your agreement directly to Cimura, 36 rue de Laborde. It is understood that from this date, I will assume the repetitions of the play of mister paul claudel, \Lotage is a play in three acts by Paul Claudel which is the first play of his trilogy of Costfontaine (first performance in 1913 in London).
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