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Comédie Française

(kɔmedi frɑ̃sɛz)
n
(Theatre) the French national theatre, founded in Paris in 1680
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Actors from the Comedie Francaise had come to the house frequently, and Coquelin, sitting next her at dinner, had told her he had never met a foreigner who spoke such perfect French.
Annand's reputation for vividly striking photographs and his ability to capture honest and diverse moments on stage has enabled him to gain unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to the world's most prestigious venues from the National Theatre to the Royal Court, and further afield to Moscow Arts Theatre and the Comedie Francaise, making him one of the most indemand theatre photographers.
Tour Eiffel, musee du Louvre, d'Orsay, Pompidou, Grands magasins fermes, rideau baisse sur la scene de l'Opera ou a la Comedie francaise, nombreux matchs de football reportes...
His first great theatrical success came with his work The Romantics (Les Romanesques) in 1894, presented at the Comedie Francaise. The public, tired of naturalism and symbolism, found in Rostand's poetic expression a classic French style and traditional values, charming excuses and ideals of romanticism.
A Comedie Francaise B Academie Francaise C Stadium Francaise D Le Quai d'Orsay 15.
For much of his life he was associated with the leading Parisian theater, Comedie Francaise, and very quickly became a celebrated writer (6).
Malade , Harry Connick JR, Luz Casal, Gloria Gaynor, Georges Benson,- la comedie francaise et aussi le grand ballet du BOLCHOI, les danseurs Etoile de l'Opera de Paris, les ballets du Senegal, Chine, Coree, Japon, Roumanie, Pologne, les orchestres philarmoniques du Maroc et du monde, le patrimoine musical traditionnel de toutes les regions du Maroc ainsi que d'autres pays amis et freres, des poetes du calibre de feu Mahmoud Darwich et bien d'autres centaines d'artistes de tous les horizons et les cultures, qui se produisent chaque annee sur les planches de ce majestueux monument, depuis presque six decennies.
The dean of U.S documentary filmmaking, Wiseman's work includes in-depth looks at subjects including prison ("Titicut Follies," 1967), education ("High School," 1968), poverty ("Welfare" 1975), "Public Housing" (1997) and the arts ("La Comedie Francaise ou (amour joue," 1996, "La Danse--Le ballet de I'opera de Paris," 2009).
Moretto began his thirst for life-long learning, which would lead him from the French Air Force to R&D at Citroen, then to become a regisseur at the Comedie Francaise. After coming to the United States, he became technical director at Illinois Wesleyan University, and then at Columbia College in Chicago.
Representee en 1741 a la Comedie francaise, la comedie larmoyante de La Chaussee montre en Rosalie un personnage relativement conventionnel.
It was first created in 1894 by Marie''''s, a Parisian restaurant near the theatre Comedie Francaise, to honour the opening of the play Thermidor by Victorien Sardou.