Date of Birth: 1838
Baron Louis - is the stage name of an artist, his real name - Bushen Louis (Louis Bouch & # 234; ne) or Bushnov (Bouchenez). He was born in September 1838 in Alencon (Alen & # 231; on), the city in the north-west of France (France), famous for its lace. The first experience of theater performances Louis Baron was at the theater de la Tour d`Overn (Th & # 233; & # 226; tre de la Tour-d`Auvergne), and then in 1857-1857 years he worked in Limoges (Limoges) and in 1858-1859 in Troyes (Troyes). Then, having served in the army as a customs officer, Louis acted in Toulouse (Toulouse) in 1863, and from 1864 to 1866 - Rouen (Rouen).
In July 1866 he made his debut at the Paris Theater Variety (Th & # 233; & # 226; tre des Vari & # 233; t & # 233; s) in the comedy `Fotograf` (Le photographe), written by the famous duo Henri Meilhac (Henri Meilhac) and Ludovic Halevy (Ludovic Hal & # 233; vy). The debut was a success, and later Baron participated in numerous other plays Prime Meilhac and Halevy, including `Tsikadu` (La cigale),` Little markizu` (La petite marquise) and `Sorvigolovu` (Toto chez Tata), and Eugene Labiche (Eug & # 232; ne Labiche), including `Thirty million gladiatora` (Les trente millions de gladiator).
The operetta Baron was the first performer of many roles in the works of Jacques Offenbach (Jacques Offenbach), including, in the operetta `The Grand Duchess Gerolshteynskaya` (La Grande-Duchesse de G & # 233; rolstein), `Razboyniki` (Les brigands) and` Consistent bulochnitsa` (La boulang & # 232; re a des & # 233; cus). In addition, he participated in a restored productions. For Florimond Herve (Florimond Herv & # 233;) he was the first performer of the role Celestin (C & # 233; lestin) in `Mademoiselle Nitush` (Mam`zelle Nitouche) and roles in` Lili` (Lili), `papashi` Wife (La Femme & # 224; papa) and `Scottish trone` (Le Tr & # 244; ne d` & # 201; cosse).
In 1886, Louis Baron for some time served as a director of the Variety Theatre in collaboration with Eugene Bertrand (Eug & # 232; ne Bertrand), has not yet moved to the Goethe House (Th & # 233; & # 226; tre de la Ga & # 238; t & # 233;) stumpage on the street (rue Papin), in which the Baron has created an enchanting setting on the fairy tale `Boy with palchik` (Le Petit Poucet).
Louis Baron died 1 or March 2, 1920 in Asnieres-sur-Seine (Asni & # 232; res-sur-Seine), one of the industrial suburbs of Paris (Paris). His son, Louis Baron, Jr. (1870-1939), went to his father`s footsteps and also became an artist, singer and actor, having made a long and successful career at the French theater scene in the movie. So, in 1921 he participated in the premiere of the once popular operetta `Dede` (D & # 233; d & # 233;).
Author: Elena Murzina