Portrait of Jean-Claude Dreyfus
Drolatico-poetic interview with Jean-Claude Dreyfus. This passionate designer and vintage objects is a collector who likes to accumulate in a very theatrical clutter.
Magician, transformist, actor, actor, singer, Jean-Claude Dreyfus has chained roles in theater, film, television, while regularly creating his own shows, such as his famous singing tour. Pork in Port ".
Since the end of January 2014, he is showing a new creation by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt "Einstein's betrayalWhen he is not on stage, he appreciates the decor of his house which is in his image: that of a lover of the theater A poetic universe filled with the pigs of his incredible collection.
Your favorite room where you like to be and spend time?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: I love the whole house, and as change is my specialty, I navigate from room to room, and never bother me ...
Your furniture: rather modern, ultra design, family, pitcher?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: A bit of everything, some old Japanese prints from Daisy (read "My bio degradable") and a lot of design from the 30s to 70s, objects, seats and then vintage windows to put my pigs ...
To read also: where does the actor Francis Huster live?
The most unusual or unexpected that can be discovered at home?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Pink Floyd's record pig, sculptural horses and real wood size ...
An object or piece of furniture that you could not separate?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Unlike my brother, who sells him and sells, I do not part with anything.
What do you miss most in your travels?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: I miss nothing because on tour, I always take with me some scarves and light pigs of course, which will adorn my hotel rooms, plus a fragrance of my perfume ...
Portrait of Jean-Claude Drefus
Your favorite color in your home?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Of course the purple and crimson red of the theater, mixed with gold, and also the different browns of the wood ...
Your last favorite purchase for the house?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: A huge cast iron cock, useless but very beautiful.
The kitchen, rather open or closed?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Open and part of the place to live so that we can never eliminate the wonderful friends who cook me ...
A dish unexpectedly on the go for your friends?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: So, I rather the specialties of others but improvised if I'm cooking, it will be tarama, spag-carbo and lemon pie.
And the TV, which room?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Oh, I am most often in Pluzz at night on Ipad, with headphones, so it follows me everywhere; or otherwise when I'm with friends, it will be the retro on the big screen and there, I fall asleep.
Do you live with music or rather in silence?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Silence at home unless I have a visit from friends, and my music by car!
Are you rather candle or rather scent of atmosphere?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Both my captain, but also a nice light with very beautiful lamps.
What is on your bedside table?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: A beautiful lamp, not necessarily to read, pieces of texts that should be learned, a glass of water, citrate, Dolip, Vaseline ...
Do you dream of one more room? If so, for what purpose?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: A play, not immediately, in square meters Treason is enough for a daily use! Otherwise a troglodyte piece in a rock to get used to the stonework.
Rather orderly or messy?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: Very messy but super organized, and even crazy in a clutter very staged ...
Are you green plants, flowers, balcony, terrace, garden ??
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: I would rather be indoor garden; and all year, never cut flowers except at the first for the burial of rehearsals!
Your addresses or favorite brands for the home?
Jean-Claude Dreyfus: I will keep everything secret, do not disclose anything, but with address if my heart struck, the houses I would deliver ...
Jean-Claude Dreyfus's news:
- He plays " Einstein's betrayal "with Francis Huster at Théâtre Rive Gauche since January 30, 2014.
The Betrayal of Einstein, a play by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt with Francis Huster and Jean-Claude Dreyfus.
- To know his career: to read and enjoy his " Bio degradable ", prefaced by Patrice Leconte, published in 2012 at Cherche Midi.
My Bio Degradable, the memories of Jean-Claude Dreyfus
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