We met up with actor-interpreter who does not want to give more of what gave the author wants to first of all be an ideal representative thereof. Often in great artistic game, which we see on our stages, the actor would like the author replaces. It creates a living person, using the author's text, reviving it from the inside, enriching, revealing hidden behind the text. Since performing his role Stanislavsky, and in particular the role of Moliere's repertoire. In the same vein, it was resolved, and Moliere's "Tartuffe" at the stage of Moscow Art Theatre. So played Orgon Toporkov.
But before we Orgone Louis Seigner. It is very clear, brilliant acting, great technique. Orgop – Seigner good-natured, naive, direct, trusting, kind … It is true art. But it's the other way. Remarkable in this performance and actresses, and above all – Bert Bovee, an excellent performer of Ms.
Pernelle, old women with pink cheeks and stained with a shaking head, with sharp, prickly gestures, stubborn and moody. And next to it – stately, strong, brave, Dorin played Beatrice Brott, full of zest and charm, this hostess and mistress of the scene. Very pretty, feminine and comic, lyrical and touching Marianne – Micheline Boudet. Gorgeous in their elegance, femininity and elegance of a noble Elmira – Annie Ducos. Artist Tartuffe Jean Ionel certainly – and rightfully so – the most interesting figure performance. But it's not quite the Tartuffe, which represents currently reading Moliere's remarks. It's not smug, wholesome cheat on which mocks Dori. This – middle-aged, grim, lean man with a somewhat muffled voice. But the essence of the role revealed extremely precisely – in the low-key, proven actors and calculated tones, with impeccable pronunciation. Jean Meyer, Andre Falcon, Eymoy Louis, Henri Rollan, Jean-Louis Zhemma in Moliere's images – each in its own way – smart, elegant, temperamental, expressive. Rapid, sparkling dialogue characteristic of all the performers play.