Een ziekenhuisbed in een zee van boeketten. However, on the wall we noticed a piece of cardboard that vaguely hid a hole. We have since cleaned the ceiling, but the extraordinary acoustic remains. Salle historique parisienne et lieu de culture singulier, théâtre, musique et opéra se marient au Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord. Success at last, thanks to the rerun of These Ladies with Green Hats (Ces Dames aux chapeaux verts) after a novel by Germaine Acremant, with Alice Tissot and Armand Bernard. I believe that all schools, all theories can be useful in a certain place, at a given time. Salle historique parisienne, lieu de culture singulier, musique, théâtre et opéra se marient au Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord. Salle historique parisienne, lieu de culture singulier, musique, théâtre et opéra se marient au Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord. We took it out, we made our way through a dusty tunnel, to suddenly stand up and discover the run-down, carbonised, ruined by the rain, the frost, and yet noble, human, luminous, breath-taking: Bouffes du Nord.  Although the theatre was renovated, it was not redecorated. 1904 - At the instigation of its directors, the hall was entirely refurbished, repainted and electrically lit. Peter Brook was born in London in 1925. In 1971, Peter Brook founded the International Centre for Theatrical Research (CIRT) in Paris, which, with the opening of the Bouffes du Nord became the International Centre for Theatrical Creation (CICT). New projects are supported by the theatre from the start and all through the creation process by new companies as well as renowned artists. September 1969 - Narcisse Zecchinel, an Italian building contractor, bought the theatre and saved it from demolition. « I never believed in one single truth. December 1950 - Charles Béai, the former director of the Théâtre de l'Humour, decided to take his chance. The theatre was renamed the Théâtre Molière and authors such as Arthur Bernède and Gaston Leroux were assembled to write plays for the newly named theatre. « toured successful shows from mainstream Boulevard theatres. Like in Montparnasse, one brings along one’s own grub to be heated on the common stove, and enjoyed during the interval. » Peter Brook. May 1945 - As if to celebrate the Armistice, Jean Serge, a young and zealous theatre director, re-opened the theatre and named it "Théâtre des Carrefours". At times they got so involved in the events played out on stage, that the police had to throw them out of the hall. The Bouffes du Nord is a theatre at 37 bis, boulevard de la Chapelle, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris located near the Gare du Nord. If I look at the essays I wrote, the ideas I voiced in different places, something becomes obvious: a certain continuity. If one were to perfectly restore the theatre, the beauty of the architecture would in a way lose some of its force and become a hindrance. The Theatre des Bouffes du Nord produces a large part of its concerts and shows. 1893 - Abel Ballet hosted Lugné-Poë who staged Ibsen’s Rosmersholm and An Enemy of the People with the actors from the Théâtre de l’Œuvre, in the set designed and painted by Edouard Vuillard. Les Beaux Jours (1995), I am a Phenomenon (1998), Le Costume (1999), The Tragedy of Hamlet (2000), Far Away (2002), Krishna’s Death (2002), Your Hand in Mine (2003), Tierno Bokar (2004), The Grand Inquisitor (2005), Sizwe Banzi is dead (2006), Fragments by Samuel Beckett (2007), Eleven and Twelve after Amadou Hampaté Ba (2009) and The Suit (the English and musical version of Le Costume, 2012). However, with the passage of time, as we change, as the world changes, aims vary and point of view moves. Until 1974, the theatre was inhabited by a number of theatre companies, none of which were able to afford the repairs and maintenance needed for it to conform with security regulations. Micheline refused their logic and accepted the challenge. The Bouffes du Nord is a theater at 37 bis, boulevard de la Chapelle in the 10th arrondissement of Paris located near the Gare du Nord.It has been listed since 1993 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture. They pursed the policy of the Consortium as best they could. Peter Brook and Micheline Rozan, founders of the International Center for Theatrical Creation (Centre International de Créations Théâtrales), remembered the run down building that the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord was at the time. 1896 - Abel Ballet resigned from the post of the director of Bouffes du Nord Theatre. A new theatre can be dynamic and nonetheless remain cold and soulless. This structuring mentoring is based on a collaboration and a commitment spirit preserved over the seasons and years. Hotels near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord: (0.17 mi) Kube Hotel (0.05 mi) Sure Hotel by Best Western Paris Gare du Nord (0.04 mi) Flo Appartement (0.17 mi) Hotel de Bellevue Paris Gare du Nord (0.07 mi) Hotel Merryl; View all hotels near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord on Tripadvisor 1876 - Designed for the Café-concert repertoire, the Bouffes du Nord Theatre, commissioned by M. Chéret to the architect Louis-Marie Emile Leménil, was built on the foundations of barracks supposedly left unfinished. As a legendary venue where the walls patina witnesses the memory of exceptional events the Theatre des Bouffes du Nord hosts actors and musicians from all over the world since its early days. Fortunately, there was much applause, but it almost literally brought the house down, since, due to the vibrations, big slabs of moulding came unstuck and fell, missing by a hair’s breadth the heads of our spectators. 1923 - Oscar Dufrenne and Henry Varna retired. His farewell production was A Magic Flute. Restaurants near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris on Tripadvisor: Find traveler reviews and candid photos of dining near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris, France. 1 Toneel The Prisoner - Théâtre des Bouffes Du Nord, Peter Brook & Marie-Hélène Estienne 19 maart 2018 ‘The Prisoner’, de meest recente voorstelling die Peter Brook bij zijn Théâtre Des Bouffes Du Nord maakte, staat vanaf woensdag in de Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam tijdens Brandhaarden 2018 As if to give it more nobility, the name of the theatre was changed to « Théâtre Molière » and authors like Henry Kistemaeckers, Georges Darien and Gaston Leroux were called on. The theatre was situated far from the centre in la Chapelle area; in the border of the fields, it had poor transport links, was badly lit and hence not attractive for the Parisian theatre-goers. Hope was back…. As seasons go by, the audience is invited to discover various productions combining successfully music, as well as theatre and opera. September 1946 - Unable to meet the operating costs of the theatre, Jean Serge retired. We were warned that it was impossible, a civil servant from the Ministry told us that it would take two years to get the money and the permission. The Bouffes du Nord is a theatre at 37 bis, boulevard de la Chapelle, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris located near the Gare du Nord.It has been listed since 1993 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture. This gave the interior a distressed look that may be seen in the opening scene of Jean-Jacques Beineix's 1981 film Diva, which was filmed there.. Un peu de Cronenberg, beaucoup de Strip-tease, cette pièce raconte la transformation d’un apprenti scientifique en insecte géant.Une fable de science-fiction mise en scène par Valérie Lesort et Christian Hecq Boulevard de la Chapelle au Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord. If a point of view is to be of any use, one must give oneself to it totally, one must defend it to death. June 1952 - Too old, badly kept, the theatre was not up to security standards prescribed by the authorities and had to close down. ». Micheline and I established a rule: the theatre should stay simple, open and welcoming. This year Yvette Guilbert made her debut in Alexandre Dumas’ The Queen Margot. With Marie-Hélène Estienne and Franck Krawczyk, he produced A Magic Flute after Mozart and Schikaneder as part of the Festival d’Automne in Paris (2010), The Valley of Astonishment (2013) and Battlefield (2015), all at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord theatre. Recensie: 'The Prisoner', de meest recente voorstelling die Peter Brook bij zijn Théâtre Des Bouffes Du Nord maakte, staat vanaf woensdag in de Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam tijdens Brandhaarden 2018 Two actors succeeded him: Emmanuel CIot and G. Dublay. The hall comprised 530 seats divided into an orchestra, box seats, and a gallery. Ticketing +33 1 46 07 34 50 / Administration +33 1 46 07 33 00. Built in 1876, it re-opened in 1974 under the direction of Peter Brook and Micheline Rozan. 1876 to 1885 - About fifteen unfortunate directors succeeded each other. Throughout his career he has distinguished himself in different genres: theatre, opera, cinema and writing. His major books are The Empty Space (1968), Points de Suspension (1987), Boredom is the Devil (1991), With Shakespeare (1998), To forget the Time (2003), With Grotowski (2009) and The Quality of Forgiving (2014). In doing so, four new shows per season are added to the repertoire. In 1896, Abel Ballet left the direction of Bouffes North. During the first shows some people were literally glued to their seats and we had to reimburse a few ladies furious to have left there a part of their skirts. (1995), Oh! As for the local audience, they are not prepared to sit quietly at the show. Peter Brook also directed films Moderato Cantabile (1959), His Majesty of the Flies (1963), Marat/Sade (1967) and The Tragedy of Hamlet (2002). He produced grand historical epics and melodramas in which Margot cried her heart out. Shows began at 7 in the evening and often ended after midnight. The theatre's fortunes were revived briefly in 1885 by the arrival of Abel Ballet as the director. In 2010, Olivier Mantei and Olivier Poubelle took over the management of the theatre and still carry on a tradition of a place of creation. He has directed several operas: La Bohème (1948), Boris Godunov (1948), Les Olympes (1949), Salomé (1949) and The Marriage of Figaro (1949) at the London Covent Garden (United Kingdom), Faust (1953), Eugene Onegin (1957) at the New York Metropolitan (United States), The Tragedy of Carmen (1981) and Impressions of Pelleas (1992) at Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, and Don Giovanni (1998) for the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence. It has been listed since 1993 as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture.. « We kept the old wooden seats on the balcony, but covered them with new fabric. I hear it’s still there. Let’s go see! All kinds of music – classical, jazz but also contemporary music – compete for the runs on the concert season. In 2008, Brook announced that he would slowly hand the reins over to Olivier Mantei, the deputy head of the Paris opera company Opéra-Comique and head of the musical programming at the Bouffes du Nord, and Olivier Poubelle, a theatre entrepreneur specialising in modern music. Construit… , International Centre for Theatre Research, http://www.theartsdesk.com/opera/magic-flute-cictth%C3%A9%C3%A2tre-des-bouffes-du-nord-barbican-theatre, "Peter Brook to hand over Paris's Bouffes du Nord theatre", "Peter Brook says a long goodbye to his Paris theatre", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Théâtre_des_Bouffes_du_Nord&oldid=965789561, Theatres in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, Articles with French-language sources (fr), Infobox mapframe without OSM relation ID on Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 3 July 2020, at 12:35. As a legendary venue where the walls patina witnesses the memory of exceptional events the Theatre des Bouffes du Nord hosts actors and musicians from all over the world since its early days. We made two decisions: one, to leave the theatre as it was, to erase none of the marks that some hundred years of life left on it; the other, to resurrect the place as soon as possible. Founded in 1876, it had an erratic existence and seemed that it would never get off the ground. Excerpt from Points de suspension by Peter Brook, Éditions du Seuil. Toneel Actrice - Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord 31 maart 2018 . The piece stayed on for more than three months. In its first decade it had fifteen different artistic directors, the most notorious being Olga Léaud who fled the theatre after her production had failed, taking the contents of the theatre safe with her. Henry Darcet became director in his turn and registered the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in "The Consortium of Local Theatres". And yet, at the same time, a little interior voice whispers to me: "hold on tightly, let go lightly". One day Micheline Rozan says to me: « There is a theatre behind the North Train Station that everyone seems to have forgotten. These two aspects make a whole. Log in, Orfeo – je suis morte en Arcadie - Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, La maladie de la mort - Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Battlefield - Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, The Prisoner - Théâtre des Bouffes Du Nord, Peter Brook & Marie-Hélène Estienne, Une flûte enchantée - Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord. Restaurants near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris on Tripadvisor: Find traveler reviews and candid photos of dining near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris, France. The two actors Emmanuel Clot and G. Dublay succeeded him. But I believe that one can only live by passionately and absolutely adhering to one viewpoint. René Marjolle, former singer at the Opéra-Comique aimed to give a lyrical scope to the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, but he also pulled out after a very difficult year. 1929 to 1935 - Paul Le Danois and Charles Malincourt took over as directors after Henry Darcet was appointed at La Scala. After the death of Charles Malincourt and then Paul le Danois, the Bouffes du Nord only presented occasional shows. » We jumped in a car, but when we arrived, where the theatre should have been there was nothing - just a café, a shop and a façade with many windows, typical of Parisian 19th century buildings. Hotels near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord: (0.26 km) Kube Hotel (0.08 km) Sure Hotel by Best Western Paris Gare du Nord (0.07 km) Flo Appartement (0.27 km) Hotel de Bellevue Paris Gare du Nord (0.12 km) Hotel Merryl; View all hotels near Theatre des Bouffes du Nord on Tripadvisor Excerpt from Points de Suspension by Peter Brook, Éditions du Seuil. « Three years of travel and experiences taught us, the hard way, what is a good space and what is a bad space. Confident with its influence, the Theatre des Bouffes du Nord also claims its local presence and commits locally for the diversity of the audience and supports the access to creation for all. Het is een prachtig beeld dat Pascal Rambert neerzet in Actrice.Niet alleen de scenografie, ook de regie en tekst zijn van zijn hand. 15 October 1974 - Reopening of Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord with Timon of Athens, adapted by Jean-Claude Carrière and directed by Peter Brook. La Mouche : Vol au-dessus d’un nid de coucou. The British director Peter Brook, together with the French producer Micheline Rozan, took over the theatre in 1974 as the home for the theatre company they co-founded, the International Centre for Theatre Research. His productions stand out by their iconoclastic aspects and their international stature: Timon of Athens (1974), The Iks (1975), The Bone (1979), The Mahabharata (1985), The Cherry Orchard (1989), Woza Albert! In 1904, the theatre, under the direction of its directors, was entirely restored, repainted, and equipped with electricity. In addition to Parisians shows, over 250 performances productions on tour are given all over the world. Be it mine or that of the others. August 1914 - The Théâtre Molière, like all others, shut down. Thanks to financial support from the Festival d'Automne directed by Michel Guy, they had it restored with remarkable intelligence and taste. » Peter Brook, 1993 - Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord became a listed historical monument, « An old theatre is often beautiful, but the staging remains confined to spaces of the olden days. In August 1914 the Théâtre Molière, like other theatres, closed its doors.
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