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Le bourgeois gentilhomme

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Château de Versailles: Royal Opera HousePlace d’Armes Entrance at the Gate of Honour, Paris, Île-de-France, 78000, Frankreich
Juni 11 19:30, Juni 12 20:00, Juni 13 19:00, Juni 14 15:00, Juni 16 19:30, Juni 17 19:30, Juni 18 19:30, Juni 19 20:00, Juni 20 19:00, Juni 21 15:00
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Christophe CoinDirigent
Emmanuel BourdieuRegisseur
Éric RufBühnenbild
Christian LacroixKostüme
Thibault VinçonSchauspielCléonte, Le Maître de danse
Jean-Noël BroutéSchauspielCovielle, Le Maître tailleur
Julien CampaniSchauspielDorante, Le Maître de musique
Bénédicte GuilbertSchauspielDorimène
Francis LeplaySchauspielLe Maître de philosophie
Nicolas OrlandoSchauspielLe Maître d’armes
Leslie MenuSchauspielLucile
Isabelle CandelierSchauspielMadame Jourdain
Pascal RénéricSchauspielMonsieur Jourdain
Manon CombesSchauspielNicole
Romain ChampionTenor
Cécile GrangerSopran
Marc LabonnetteBariton
Francisco ManalichSänger
Ensemble La Révérence

The Bourgeois gentilhomme, Molière and Lully’s colourful masterpiece, returns to the Royal Opera of Versailles!

In this comedy-ballet performed before Louis XIV, the two Jean-Baptiste trace an acid and farcical portrait of a character that the court can only mock: a bourgeois aping court manners…He is soon caught up in his own trap, all his schemes fail as soon as they have been set up and the arranged marriage he wants to impose on his daughter turns into Turkish ceremony that has forever marked the history of theatre! But make no mistake: Monsieur Jourdain is such a successful caricature of the courtiers of his time, that they end up laughing as much at their own idiosyncrasies as at his…His music and theatre masters, so close to the king, give the latter the occasion to laugh at all the decorum perfectly orchestrated around and by him. The power of this work remains intact today, because Molière’s skillful writing makes us hang on the bourgeois’ every word, whether he improvises himself as an interpreter of Turkish or discovers the marvels of vowels and consonants… Denis Podalydès indulgently embarks on this adventure and inspires his actors to reveal the comic and tragic depths of this monument of theatre and propel it to absurdity. "All that is prose is not verse; and all that is verse is not prose!"


© Pascal Victor
© Pascal Victor
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