French Author-Actor Cédric Chartier

By: Azad Karimi

The theatre has given me a lot, a network and other artistic projects. I only went 3 years without doing a stage to develop other activities.

 

Interview

French Author-Actor Cédric Chartier

By Azad Karimi

 

Some people are kind and respectful.

Cedric is dignified, sensitive, kind and an artist. I saw one of his performances a few nights ago. Take a look now!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4Jdo24qpbI

 

Since The Miser -L'Avare-Moliere was written, comedy and its methods has undergone changes.

Sound, light and colour technology play an important role in improving the quality of work.

I wish to one day could Cedric write his performs as a book for Comedy direct performing followers. I say that to because he is author and has ability for doing this idea.

Art theatre is difficult. The theatre actor has a heavy burden on his shoulders. Comedy is also very difficult. You have to be very good at performing comedy in front of a lot of people.

In this performance, the whole body is active. Hands and facial expressions come with the help of language and speech.

I will address these issues further in future introductions to other comedians.

I wish dear Cedric, my lovely friend, a long life with happiness and lucky.

Thank you!

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1- Please present yourself: Name, education, Civil status and...

.Cédric Chartier, I live in France near the city of Lyon. After a year at university, I did a lot of jobs before starting my artistic career.

 

2-What is your artistic specialize?

 .I’m an author ... and sometimes an actor. I have worked for theatre, TV and radio. My current activity is creating escape games and writing Late Shows.

 

3- When and how did you become interested in this field of art?

 .I have been writing since I was a child. I have always had an attraction for writing and fantasy worlds.

 

4- Who was your motivator?

.My uncle Pierre. He created advertisements on the radio. He taught me efficiency in writing. It was used to write my one man show.

 

5- What was your parent’s reaction?

. They did not know the world of entertainment. They were sceptical at first and then convinced when they saw the result on stage.

 

6- When started you such as a professional artist-actor?

. In 2010, I started playing in theatres and in the biggest comedy festivals.

 

7- Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as a Theatre actor?

.The theatre has given me a lot, a network and other artistic projects. I only went 3 years without doing a stage to develop other activities.

 

8- How you see the view? About art, culture, cinema, fashion?

.It is difficult to have a global view on all these sectors. The offer is very varied. I like the original, surprising proposals that reject codes to assume their singularity, from music to cinema.

 

9- Can you become one part of the cultural movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?

. Currently, the best way to motivate young people is to continue to create despite the difficulties related to Covid-19. Continue to play, write, sing, paint, and perform ... The fact of not stopping is the best movement.

 

10- How can you help our world become a better place to live?

. I do by things in a less personal way, by opening myself up to others. Diversity is the key that gives access to a better world.

 

11- Have you more word to say or suggest for our readers?

.I want to thank them for taking the time to read this interview. I will be presenting new projects in a few weeks so don't hesitate to follow me if you want to know more.