Writing and directed by Gilles Sampieri Interpretation Céline Marguerie In this suburban western A woman carries her husband in a wheeled coffin Like an author who died in residence The Widow of the 93 is a play about vagrancy and marginality A woman's trajectory from administrative submission to disobedience, within a disintegrating public service A borderline character who tries to adapt to absurd mutations Rejected on the periphery of his life in the middle of the city that changes Rejected on the periphery of his profession by the hypocrisy of commemorations The widow, in his excesses, involves a dead author to work still PROPOS In the midst of normative bureaucracy, awards and commemorations, the play speaks of the trajectories on the margins. In a relationship to the increasingly normative language how to make room for the margins in the city. In these suburbs where places of the past are considered places of impurities disappear, the futuristic offices of these new residences draw the parallel between urbanization and literacy. Just as urban planning changes the benchmarks, it is an era that goes away for this woman who struggles with memory, determined to have a dead and unknown author published. It is not a question of nostalgia but of a look at what disappears without our knowledge. Parallel to the abandonment of the author, to the exclusion of the poorest in the new capital that is expanding, the widow tries to pay tribute to all those who miss each other, to make sense of those who no longer serve any purpose. The trajectory of this woman alone is the story of anger, a march against the loss of meaning and the uniformity of our spaces of expression.