Lambert Wilson, Michèle Laroque, François Berlean, Catherine Hiegel, Christian Vadim, Romane Bohringer, Pierre Arditi, Charles Berling, Cristiana Reali, Michel Leeb and Pierre Palmade are some of the public’s headliners at the TPG representations.
The text – in all its forms – will be more than ever in the spotlight, from Harold Pinter to Molière, through Alfred de Musset, humorist Pierre Desproges, the famous journalist Albert London or the great pleadings of the tenors of the bar.
True to its spirit of collaboration with the principal cultural actors of the Principality, The Princess Grace Theatre will play three times outside the walls, at the Grimaldi Forum in particular. It will also host, for the first time, a cinematographic screening on the theme “Theater and Cinema”, in partnership with the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco, on Tuesday, February 4, 2020.
Engaged Artists / Artists in Exile, a recital by pianist Shani Diluka and comedian Charles Berling, will be presented on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, in collaboration with the Prince Pierre Foundation.
Another novelty, a play in the Italian language on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, as well as the now usual young audience, the afternoon of Wednesday, December 18, 2019.
Opening of subscriptions from June 26. Opening of the ticket office excluding subscription from September 2.