Molières 2022: Stars, #MeTooThéâtre and complete awards...

The great Molières ceremony has returned. Many theater stars were there on Monday May 30 at the Folies Bergère. Who are the award-winning celebrities? Throwback to an evening rich in emotions...

  Molières 2022: Stars, #MeTooThéâtre and complete awards...

After two years of pandemic, the theater was put back in the spotlight during the 33e night of the Molières , which took place at the Folies Bergère in Paris and was broadcast with a slight delay on May 30, on France 3,  with the excellent Alex Vizorek at the helm! This year, as we celebrate the 400th anniversary of Molière's birth, the play As you would like was crowned with four awards, including those for best private show and best actress for Barbara Schulz . As for the statuette for best actor in a public theater performance, it was awarded to Jacques Gamblin . Jacques Weber , he was awarded a Honorary Molière from the hands of Laetitia Casta .

Many celebrities like Isabelle Huppert, Vanessa Paradis, Michel Boujenah, Laetitia Casta, Pierre Arditi, Cristina Reali, Jacques Weber or encore Julie Depardieu were among the nominees.

#MeTooThéâtre at Molières... but not on stage

About twenty activists from the collective #MeTooTheatre were to speak on stage, but were ultimately not invited. They therefore demonstrated in front of the Folies Bergère room and were joined by actress Adèle Haenel and Paris city councilor Alice Coffin . ' For rapists no honor “, they chanted.

Molières: an expected return after the pandemic

In 2020, when the first confinement had just ended, the ceremony took place without an audience. The following year, it was simply canceled, again because of the pandemic. This year, the emblematic personalities of French theater were there.



Molières: date and place

The ceremony of the 33rd edition of Molières took place at the Folies Bergère in Paris, this Monday, May 30 . It was broadcast with a slight delay on France 3.

Who is the master of ceremonies?

The 33rd evening of the Molières is presented by Alex Vizorek , who had already hosted the evening in 2019.

Complete list

Molière of the public theatre: The big ones skate well - cardboard cabaret by Pierre Guillois and Olivier Martin-Salvan, mise en scène Pierre Guillois and Olivier Martin-Salvan.

Molière of the private theatre: As you would like by William Shakespeare, mise en scène Léna Bréban.

Molière of the actor in a public theater performance: Jacques Gamblin in Harvey by Mary Chase, directed by Laurent Pelly.

Molière of the actress in a public theater performance: Clotilde Hesme in Stallone by Fabien Gorgeart, Clotilde Hesme and Pascal Sangla after Emmanuèle Bernheim, directed by Fabien Gorgeart.

Molière of the actor in a private theater performance: Maxime d'Aboville in Berlin Berlin by Patrick Haudecoeur and Gérald Sibleyras, directed by José Paul.

Molière of the actress in a private theater performance: Barbara Schulz in As you would like by William Shakespeare, mise en scène Léna Bréban.

Molière of female revelation: Salome Villiers in The Montespan by Jean Teulé, directed by Étienne Launay.

Molière of male revelation: Benoit Cauden in The producers by Mel Brooks, directed by Alexis Michalik.

Molière of alone on stage: The Stork Metamorphosis with Marc Arnaud, by Marc Arnaud, directed by Benjamin Guillard.

Molière of the actress in a supporting role: Ariane Mourier in As you would like by William Shakespeare, mise en scène Léna Bréban.

Molière for Actor in a Supporting Role: Nicolas Lumbreras dans The Race of the Giants by Mélody Mourey, directed by Mélody Mourey.

Director's Molière in a public theater performance: Christian Hecq and Valérie Lesort for Gulliver's Voyage according to Jonathan Swift.

Director's Molière in a private theater performance: Lena Breban for As you would like the William Shakespeare

Molière of visual and sound creation: Gulliver's Voyage based on Jonathan Swift, directed by Christian Hecq and Valérie Lesort.

Molière of the musical show: The producers by Mel Brooks, directed by Alexis Michalik.

Molière of comedy: Berlin Berlin by Patrick Haudecoeur and Gérald Sibleyras, directed by José Paul.

Molière of Humor: Vincent Dedienne in a gala party .

Young Audience Molière: I have too many friends by David Lescot, directed by David Lescot.

Molière of the living francophone author: Pauline Office for female .

Source journaldesfemmes.fr