Paul Verdier

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Paul Verdier
OccupationStage, television actor,
stage director, playwright
Spouse(s)Sonia Lloveras-Verdier

Paul Verdier (died 6 September 2015)[1] was a stage director, actor, and playwright, who also had a number of guest parts in American television. He was married to Sonia Lloveras-Verdier.

Before moving to the United States, Verdier was a member of the Paris-based repertory companies of Jean-Louis Barrault/Madeleine Renaud and Nicolas Bataille.

Verdier and his wife opened the Stages Theatre Center in Hollywood in 1982, as a venue for bringing "the richness, flavor and variety of World Theatre to Los Angeles audiences".[2]

In 1986, the couple opened a French restaurant—Cafe des Artistes—next door to the theatre.

Plays[edit]

partial list
  • Tales for people under 3 years of age (1982) – Translated, adapted and directed by Paul Verdier, from the play by Eugène Ionesco
  • Slowmotion (1988) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from the play by Eduardo Pavlovsky
  • English Mint (1988) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from L'Amante Anglaise by Marguerite Duras
  • 1789 (October 1989) – Translated, adapted and directed by Paul Verdier, from the 1970 play by Ariane Mnouchkine
  • The night of Picasso (1990) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from the play by Edoardo Erba
  • Porco selvatico (1991) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from the play by Edoardo Erba[3]
  • La Bête (1993 by playwright David Hirson) – Directed by Paul Verdier
  • Miss Margarida's Way (by playwright Roberto Athayde) – Directed by Paul Verdier
  • Changes (1995 by playwright Barbara Tarbuck) – Produced and directed by Paul Verdier
  • Hyenas (2003) – Translated, adapted and directed by Paul Verdier, from a play by Christian Siméon

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://digital.copcomm.com/i/681774-spring-2016/59
  2. ^ About the Stages Theatre Center (Accessed 2007-05-23)
  3. ^ Edoardo Erba Playwright the Miracle Players. (Accessed 2007-05-23)
  4. ^ My Friend Tony: Episode Guide Archived 29 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine The Classic TV Archive. (January 2007)

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