Favart

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Marie Favart
... Marie-Justine-Benoîte Favart (née Marie Duronceray) (June 15, 1727 – April 22, 1772) was an opera singer, actress, and dancer, the wife of the dramatist, Charles Simon Favart ... de Saxe, a marshal of France and her husband's patron, began to make advances to Mme Favart, and Favart was forced to flee ... Mme Favart was established by the marshal in a house at Vaugirard proving a fickle mistress, she was suddenly arrested and confined in a convent, where she was brought to ...
Madame Favart - Synopsis
... her playwright-manager husband Charles-Simon Favart (1710–1792) and the actress-admiring general Maurice de Saxe (1696–1750), who also appears in the verismo opera Adriana Lecouvreur ... Favart had been imprisoned in a convent by the old Marshal de Saxe, whose advances she has refused ... Biscotin, an innkeeper, is hiding Favart, who fled to escape imprisonment himself ...
La Fée Urgèle - Roles and Role Creators
... Marie-Thérèse Laruette Robinette (soprano), Marie Favart Thérèse (soprano), Marie Favart An old woman (soprano), Marie Favart Robert, a knight tenor, Jean-Baptiste Guignard, 'Clairval' La Hire, Robert's ...
Madame Favart - List of Musical Numbers
... Act 1 Overture Trio and couplets (Suzanne, Hector, Favart) Couplets, "Dans une cave obscure" (Favart) Chorus and scena (Mme Favart) Couplets (Mme Favart) Couplets, "Ma mere aux vignes m'envoyit ...
Charles Simon Favart
... Charles Simon Favart (13 November 1710 – 12 May 1792) was a French dramatist ... Favart became director of the Opéra-Comique, and in 1745 married Marie Justine Benoîte Duronceray, a beautiful young dancer, singer and actress, who as "Mlle Chantilly" had ... Favart, left thus without resources, accepted the proposal of Maurice, comte de Saxe, and became director of a troupe of comedians which was to accompany Maurice's army into Flanders ...