Jumel is one of the most interesting pieces written by French play-writer Fabrice Dupuy. In the play, the two women are like two sides of a whole and form a world of their own; they depend on each other, but they also monitor each other rigorously simultaneously.
The routine dinner every night is their most important ritual; they request each other to act in appointed characters and perform until they are both exhausted. Language is their mutual weapon and is also the evidence of their existence.
Under the cooperation of the French director Franck Dimech and actresses from Shakespeare’s Wild Sisters Group Juan Uen-Ping and Chou Jung-Shih, the play debuted in Marseille in French and received positive reviews and popularity; the local press also commented the play as “a perfect performance.” The Mandarin version of the play will be performed in Taipei in 2010, and the French version will continue its way in French speaking regions in Europe.