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Joel Pommerat and the French Revolution triumph in Molières – The World

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Alex Lutz presented the 28th ceremony of  Molières on the stage of the Folies Bergère in  Paris on 23 May 2016.

we laughed Molières and we got less annoyed than Caesars . Succeeding Nicolas Bedos, actor and comedian Alex Lutz has perfectly fulfilled its role as master of ceremonies of the 28 th Night rewards private and public theater saved, Monday May 23, at the Folies-Bergère paris and broadcast in the late evening on France 2. Using his talent for disguise and make-up, Alex Lutz played with talent at the debutante opener, the old actor a bit saucy and circus horse. The evening was punctuated by some very good sketches. Guillaume de Tonquédec laughed with happiness these wealthy industrialists who redeem theaters while “crumpled by the low profitability” the sector. And Zabou Breitman has excelled in the role of the anti-cultivation reac denouncing these artists that “strut” at taxpayer expense.

Side charts, the big winner of the night Molières was absent: Joel Pommerat (tour in China) has received four statuettes. For his mural on the French Revolution, Ca Ira (1) end of Louis – who made a triumph in the theater Nanterre-Amandiers – he got the Molière public theater, stage director and francophone author of the year. But also the Molière Young audience for Pinocchio presented at the Odeon Theatre. The second winner of the evening is Catherine Frot that, winning the Molière Award for Best Actress in a private theater show for Cactus Flower , directed by Michel Fau, hits a double unpublished 2016 after Caesar best actress for Margaret Giannoli.

New resident at the Comédie-French, Dominique Blanc was awarded the Molière of the public theater actress for her role Merteuil in Les Liaisons Dangereuses of Pierre Choderlos de Laclos (directed by Christine Letailleur). While Charles Berling was awarded the public stage actor for the excellent View from the Bridge Arthur Miller (directed by Ivo van Hove). private theater side is an artist from the public that was distinguished: Alain Francon won the Molière Award for Best Director for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf With this piece of Edward Albee? Wladimir Yordanoff won the Molière Award for Best actor. As for the beautiful adaptation of Cavaliers Kessel, directed by Eric Bouvron and Anne Bourgeois, she was honored with the Molière private theater.

Catherine Frot, voted best actress for her  role in

the Minister of culture spared

Two young faces and excellent actresses have not been forgotten: Géraldine Martineau, amazing “girl” in The Belgian fish Leonore Confino was crowned Best female Newcomer and Andrea Bescond, emotional bomb in The Tickling , mixing with rage and through theater dance, received the Molière alone on stage. In a poignant speech she dedicated his statuette “to all victims of pedophilia” . As for Molière Men revelation, it was handed to Alexis Moncorgé for Amok Stefan Zweig.

Visibly touched to see recover from Michel Bouquet a Molière of honor, Fabrice Luchini was relatively wise face “the model” and endorsed the sentence of Laurent Terzieff about the very French separation between public theater and private theater: “Theatre not this OR that but this AND that “. For its part, the cast of Engaged Loches did not hide his happiness to receive the Molière of the musical. Finally, the Molière of humor, new this edition 2016, was presented to … Alex Lutz. “It’s funny,” , he conceded. Although his one-person show is quality, it’s strange that the master of ceremonies is also winning as much as his show is less recent than the others named and his producer, Jean-Marc Dumontet, occupies also the position of Chairman of the Board of Molières.

once is not custom, the new minister of culture has been relatively spared. By early evening, only a small thirty intermittent and collective militants “Decolonizing the Arts” – challenging Molières colorless artists – demonstrated peacefully outside the entrance of the Folies-Bergere. On stage, it is Didier Brice (Molière Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role) that was loaded to challenge Audrey Azoulay after “historic agreement” signed on 28 April by organizations union employees and entertainment sector employers on the unemployment insurance system. “The Medef seems to prevent the ratification of the agreement” , worried the actor before launching: “Madam Minister, for you to play. Do not kill the hope that this agreement has generated. Put it out before 1 st of July. “ This is to say before the Avignon Festival


Molière of honor : Fabrice Luchini

Molière theater public Ca ira (1) End of Louis , and to set Directed by Joel Pommerat

private Molière theater the Cavaliers , according to Joseph Kessel, directed by Eric Bouvron and Anne Bourgeois

Women’s Revelation : Géraldine Martineau ( The Belgian Fish Leonore Confino)

male Newcomer : Alexis Moncorgé ( Amok Stefan Zweig)

Molière Comedy Les Faux British , Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, directed by Gwen Aduh (currently St. George Theatre)

Molière visual design 20,000 leagues under the sea , according to Jules Verne, directed by Christian Hecq and Valerie Lesort at the Comédie-French

Molières the musical the Betrothed Loches by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallières (Palais Royal Theatre)

Molière young audience Pinocchio of and directed by Joel Pommerat

Molière of humor : Alex Lutz Alex Lutz and Tom Dingler, directed by Tom Dingler

Only Molière Directed : Andrea Bescond ( the Tickling or the dance of anger , directed by Eric Metayer)

Molière Award for Best actress in a public theater show : Dominique Blanc ( dangerous Liaisons of Pierre Choderlos de Laclos)

Molière Award for Best actor in a public theater performance Charles Berling ( View from the bridge Arthur Miller)

Molière Award for Best actress in a private show : Catherine Frot ( Cactus Flower , directed by Michel Fau)

Molière Award for Best actor in a private show : Wladimir Yordanoff ( Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf Edward Albee, directed by Alain Francon)

Molière of living French author : Joel Pommerat for Ca ira (1) End Louis

Molière Award for Best director of a public theater performance : Joel Pommerat for Ca ira (1) End of Louis

Molière Award for Best director of a private theater show : Alain Francon for Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf

Molière Award for Best actor in a Supporting role Didier Brice in for indiscriminately due of Ronald Harwood, directed by georges werler

Molière Award for Best Supporting actress Anne Bouvier in King Lear by William Shakespeare, directed by Jean-Luc Revol


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