Description: Modern classics play to a chic crowd here at the Th√©√Ętre de l'Europe (Theater of Europe), high atop the place de l'Od√©on, between St-Germain-des-Pr√©s and the Latin Quarter. European plays are predominantly staged at the Od√©on, in French with subtitles in the original language. The d√©cor in pure Italian style is composed of red and golden loges. This theater was inaugurated in 1782 by Marie-Antoinette, Louis XVIth's wife. The construction of this theater was part of a big Parisian refurbishing effort in the 18th Century.