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Entertainment How the Anjou Festival managed to adapt to the COVID-19

00:15  08 may  2021
00:15  08 may  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Édouard Baer, un habitué du festival d’Anjou, revient avec un one-man-show.

Agnès Jaoui entourée de douze musiciens et choristes invite à un voyage musical. Crisis © Pascal Chantier Edward Baer, ​​a regular from the Anjou Festival, returns with a one-man-show. In June, the theater festival will be the first cultural appointment of this magnitude to receive from the public, at the price of sacrifices. With Jane Birkin and Fabrice Luchini.

The poster of the 71st festival of Anjou, in the Maine-et-Loire, shines with a thousand lights: Edward Baer and Fabrice Luchini next to Jane Birkin and Zabou Breitman, Gégory Gadebois and Catherine Hiegel, Richard Bohringer and Agnès Jaoui.

Jane Birkin a enregistré ses propres textes, à partir de la pièce qu’elle écrivit il y a 20 ans, avec le soutien d’Étienne Daho. © Elisabeth Carecchio Agnès Jaoui surrounded by twelve musicians and choristers invites a musical journey. Yet that this edition has been difficult to set up. This Friday, May 7, the day of the presentation, the festival team had his eyes circled, but a huge relief at the heart.

This open-air appointment, created in 1950, drain 25,000 paying spectators every summer, which makes it the oldest and most popular, after the Festival d'Avignon.

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© Nathaniel Goldenberg Jane Birkin recorded his own texts, from the room she wrote 20 years ago, with the support of Étienne Daho.

The 2021 edition had failed to dissolve in the health crisis, as last year. Except that local authorities, which bring half of the budget, have not failed. No more than patrons and private partners. The horizon has cleared up. Fifty hypotheses examined

After an

year "extremely painful, it's unexpected," summarizes Frederic Couturier, the director of Anjou Theater. And detail the "fifty assumptions examined on the budget".

Difficult decisions have been made. The toughest: renouncing the three shows of Joël Pommerat, exceptionally planned in the room.

"With a reduced gauge, it was impossible financially, not to mention the technical constraints,"

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regrets Jean Robert-Charrier, a new artistic director. "They will be programmed in 2022", is consoled. Gaspard Proust présentera son nouveau spectacle suspended, also, the competition of companies, great pool of young shows full of sap, awarded by a jury of professionals. "too risky to organize in the room. And impossible to bring together a jury this year », justifies Jean Robert-Charrier.

Overall, to find a new budget balance, the number of representations has increased from thirty-five to twenty-one. But the festival will benefit from the relief of sanitary measures. It starts on June 9, when the spectators gauge goes to 65%, with a curfew at 11 pm. History to fully enjoy the magic of the night surrounding each outdoor show, the noise of the owls with the inactive perfume of the living show.

X1X1X1X1X1X1 © Pascalito X1 Gaspard Proust will present its new X1X1X1 show from June 9th to July 2nd. Reservations from May 19 (FestivalDanjou.com) X1

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