Presentation of 2018–2019 season at Théâtre Princesse Grace
Françoise Gamerdinger, who leads the management team at Théâtre Princesse Grace, recently presented the theatre’s 2018–2019 season which will open on 10 October with Fabrice Lucchini in Des écrivains parlent d’argent (Writers Talk About Money). The presentation was attended by Jean-Charles Curau, Director of Cultural Affairs, representing Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior.
The remainder of the season, which runs until 7 May 2019, will feature 25 plays. Audiences can look forward to Carole Bouquet in Heureux les Heureux (Happy Are The Happy) on 8 November, Charles Berling in Art on 12 February, Pierre Arditi, who will read his favourite texts on 25 February, Richard Berry and Mathilde Seigner in La Nouvelle (The New Girl) on 7 March, Francis Huster in Horowitz, le pianiste du siècle (Horowitz, The Pianist of the Century) on 23 March and the Mesguichs (father and son) in Le souper (The Supper) on 2 May.
The theatre is also drawing inspiration from current events, joining the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women with a performance of Le ventre de la baleine (The Belly of the Whale) on 22 November. There will be a nod to the Grimaldi Forum’s “Golden Treasures of the Pharaohs” exhibition with Sébastien Thiéry’s Ramses II on 25 October, and the theme of waste management will be covered by David Wahl’s Sale discours (Dirty Talk) on 15 January.
The theatre will host two performances by the Comédie Française: Racine’s Bajazet on 5 March, directed and designed by Eric Ruf, and Ce que j’appelle oubli (What I Call Forgotten) with Denis Podalydès on 2 April.
Finally, the theatre has set up a Friends of the Théâtre Princesse Grace Club.
The complete programme, further information and ticket prices are available at: www.tpgmonaco.mc