Molière is a famous French comedy writer, actor, drama activist and the founder of French ballet comedy. He is the most important writer of French classical literature in the 17th century and plays a very important role in the history of European drama. Molière is his stage name, and French means Ivy. Mouri mourns the art of drama. He dedicated his life to it and left many outstanding works for the descendants. On February 17, 1673, the master finally fell on his beloved stage and died.
On this day, the sky in Paris is overcast, a heavy snow is coming, and the outside of the Royal Theatre is very lively and crowded. It turned out that this evening, Master Mo Lie’s new work “No Diseases” will premiere here, and the protagonist of Algon is the master himself. Before the show, his wife eagerly persuaded him to say: “You are so sick, don’t go on the stage!” He replied: “What is the solution? If there is no performance in a day, how about the 50 poor brothers? What about life?”
A few days ago, Mo Lie was chilled, and with the hard work of rehearsing in the past few days, his lung disease became more and more serious. However, Molière refused to rest and insisted that the performance proceed as usual. The protagonist in this drama is a person who is sick and sick; Molière is sick and sick, and the brows on the stage are always wrinkled, stroking the painful heart, coughing coughingly, and the audience thinks his performance. The vivid applause continued to ring. When the show reached the climax of the drama, I saw that the protagonist was in pain and fought. Suddenly, he laughed on his back and fell on the stage. His mouth was vomiting blood, his limbs were cold, and he could never get up again. The people in the troupe quickly sent him home. Four hours later, the drama master stopped breathing and was 51 years old.