Comédie Française

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Comédie Française

(kɔmedi frɑ̃sɛz)
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(Theatre) the French national theatre, founded in Paris in 1680
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A rappeler que la presence de la Comedie-Francaise au Maroc est en soi un evenement.
That's available online, and supplies all the dialogue, which, if so inclined, you can deliver yourself between numbers with your best Comedie-francaise elocution.
Niney trained at the prestigious Comedie-Francaise, and started his acting career in theater, but he has a soft spot for silent film comedy.
From 1975 to 1980 he was consultant-director of the Comedie-Francaise and is a Chevalier of Arts and Letters.
In the move from the play's premiere in this venue to its inaugural presentation at the Comedie-Francaise newly designed by Francois d'Orbay, we follow the shift typical of theatre in France at this time.
Gallienne has acted in many plays and has been a member of the La Comedie-Francaise company since 1998.
You then worked for the Comedie-Francaise theater, and after that for Jean Paul Gaultier.
The next chapter explores a much more famous episode in the history of Revolutionary theater: the 1793 controversy surrounding Pamela, which resulted in the imprisonment of the actors of the Comedie-francaise and of the play's author, Francois de Neufchateau.
Escribio mas de 30, algunas de las cuales llegaron a ser presentadas en la Comedie-Francaise.
Pineau's article also satisfied my personal curiosity about the unusual location of the statue of Musset and his muse--it was moved from its initial place in front of the Comedie-Francaise to the Parc Monceau--by explaining the poet's literal marginalization within the context of the cultural movements of 1968.
The third issue, "Couture/Stage," will center in France, where design editor and costumer Assaf is based, and will offer a behind-the-scenes shoot at the Comedie-Francaise and feature work from the Festival d'Avignon.
L'histoire des spectacles de Paris au XVIIIe siecle confirme combien l'Opera de Paris "passait, dans toute l'Europe, pour l'un des hauts lieux du ballet et du libertinage" et ce, poursuit Maurice Lever, "en raison de son droit d'asile, qu'il partageait d'ailleurs avec la Comedie-Francaise et les Italiens.