Mark Twain once identified five types of actresses: bad actresses, impartial actresses, good actresses, great actresses and... Sarah Bernhardt. It truly was the only one of its kind. The French enchantress of the scene, which in the early XX century was called "the most famous actress in history."
Our performance tells of her last summer, held in a seaside villa. Next to her is her secretary, George Pita, whom she tells about her life, family, bright episodes, unforgettable meetings, men, roles, travel... She enjoys the smell of the sea and eagerly reads new plays and stories about herself. Affirming at the same time: "We must live, and not wait for death!".
In the title role - unsurpassed Larisa Kadochnikova.