Vincent Dedienne, first winner of the 35th Nuit des Molières

After the Césars and the Victoires de la Musique, the Nuit des Molières will round off the French awards season: this Monday evening at the Folies Bergère, the ceremony opened to the sound of the Paris fire brigade fanfare, which guided Caroline Vigneaux, mistress of this 35, to the stagee ceremony.

From the inaugural speech of the celebration of “the living spectacle, which offers the element of dreams, wonder and allows anger to be released”, the political message was invited into the evening. “I thank everyone… except you, Madam Minister” launched Caroline Vigneaux to Rachida Dati. “Or you get the jackpot of 204 million euros [la coupe décidée peu après sa nomination dans le budget de la Culture, NDLR], you do not touch the intermittent, and we will release you when you are ready for the Paris town hall. » Sitting alongside Jean-Marc Dumontet, director of six Parisian theaters and president of the Molières association, Rachida Dati then gave a thumbs up as a sign of approval.


Olivia Pavlou-Graham rewarded with the Molière for female revelation for “4,211 km”.

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” Anything “

The tandem Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Ariane Ascaride, revealed in the cinema in the films of Robert Guédiguian, had the task of presenting the first trophy of the evening. While many were waiting for Stéphane Freiss for “The Circle of Disappeared Poets”, it was Vincent Dedienne who received the Molière for the actor in a private theater show, for “A Straw Hat from Italy”, the classic by Eugène The DOE.

Hilariously, Vincent Dedienne, 37, exclaimed “But nonsense! It’s much too early,” before expressing his happiness at being able to be a one-on-one comedian, a columnist and actor in repertory plays. “I want to address the 22 people in this room and collectively tell them that I love them. It’s practical for people who are truly sentimental prudish people like me. »


Male revelation, French actor Ethan Oliel in “The Circle of Dead Poets”.

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Pauline Bureau, creator of “Neige” with the company La Part des Anges.


Pauline Bureau, creator of “Neige” with the company La Part des Anges.

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Twice, Sophia Aram was called on stage. To announce the winner of the Molière for humor (“It’s not easy to be happy when everything goes wrong” by Rudy Milstein) then to receive the winner for humor for her one-woman show “Le Monde d’ After “. Two opportunities to denounce the “teubés” who copiously insult him on social networks, and to call on those who “have the freedom to raise a cry on all stages of France to pay attention to [leurs] silences. In the hubbub of our easy indignation, it is a deafening silence that has resonated since the attacks of October 7. Can we be in solidarity with the dead in Gaza without being in solidarity with the Israeli victims? How can we demand a ceasefire from Netanyahu without demanding the release of the hostages? This silence continues to hurt all those committed to human rights. I could have found something lighter, but I couldn’t find anything more sincere. »

“Ramparts rise”

“You are not alone” was the message of the spot broadcast against violence against women, broadcast during the ceremony. Receiving her trophy from the hands of Zabou Breitman, Eva Rami (winner of the Molière for the only one on stage for “Va amour!”) was visibly very moved. “I have a thought for the little girl I was, who kept silent for years for fear of being rejected, who thought that to succeed you had to accept everything. The road is still long to emerge from denial, both personal and societal, but the lines are moving: ramparts are being raised against violence against women and children thanks to our testimonies. Thank you to all those, known or not, who opened the way, the path as well as the word. I believe in the power of words. The fight is far from over. Everyone, go and make yourself loved!”

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