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Michel Fagadau


Admitted to the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in London, Michel Fagadau

was hired by Sir Lawrence Olivier's company in 1957.

Director of the Gaîté-Montparnasse at the age of 21, he translated and presented foreign writers, generally English-speaking, who were still unknown to the Parisian public, such as Ann Jellicoe and Murray Schisgal.

In 1994, he took over the direction of La Comédie et Le Studio des Champs-Élysées where his acclaimed productions included Educating Rita by Willy Russell, Love by Murray Schisgal, Broken Glass by Arthur Miller, The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter, Si tu mourais by Florian Zeller.


He produced The Plan by Andrew Payne in 2008.

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