Molière Award

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Molière Award
Awarded for Excellence in French theatre
Country France
Presented by Association professionnelle et artistique du théâtre (APAT)
First awarded 1987
Official website www.lesmolieres.com

The Nuits des Molières (The Molières Nights), more commonly known informally as the Molière Award in French Les Molières, recognizes achievement in live French theatre is the national theatre award of France. The awards are presented and decided by the Association professionnelle et artistique du théâtre (APAT) and supported by the French Ministry of Culture at an annual ceremony in Paris. The awards are given for French productions and performances.

The Molière Awards are considered the highest France theatre honor, the French theatre industry's equivalent to the American Tony Award in live productions in the US, or the Olivier Award and Premios Max for theatre in the UK and Spain, the Academy Awards (Oscars) or the César Awards (The French Oscars) for motion pictures, the Grammy Awards or Victoires de la Musique for music.

The award was created by Georges Cravenne, who was also the creator of the César Award for cinema. The name of the award is an homage to the seventeenth-century French dramatist Molière.

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1987[edit]

Jury presided by Jean-Louis Barrault. Awards hosted by François Périer.

1988[edit]

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1989[edit]

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1991[edit]

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1992[edit]

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1993[edit]

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1994[edit]

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1995[edit]

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1996[edit]

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1997[edit]

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1998[edit]

Jury presided by Dario Fo. Awards hosted by.

1999[edit]

Jury presided by Pierre Arditi. Awards hosted by.

2000[edit]

Jury presided by Suzanne Flon. Awards hosted by.

2001[edit]

Jury presided by Robert Hossein. Awards hosted by.

2002[edit]

Jury presided by Jean Piat. Awards hosted by.

2003[edit]

Jury presided by Jean Piat. Awards hosted by Jean Piat.

2004[edit]

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2005[edit]

Jury presided by. Awards hosted by Laurent Ruquier and William Leymergie.

2006[edit]

Jury presided by Jacques Weber. Awards hosted by Karine Le Marchand.

2007[edit]

Jury presided by Jacques Weber. Awards hosted by Karine Le Marchand.

2008[edit]

Jury presided by Clovis Cornillac and Barbara Schulz Awards hosted by Karine Le Marchand

2009[edit]

Jury presided by Bernard Giraudeau Awards hosted by Frédéric Mitterrand

2010[edit]

Jury presided by Line Renaud Awards hosted by Michel Drucker and Marie Drucker

2011[edit]

Jury presided by Michel Galabru. Awards hosted by Laurent Lafitte

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