Josep Maria Flotats

Josep Maria Flotats i Picas (Catalan pronunciation: [ʒuˈzɛb məˈɾi.ə fɫuˈtats]) (Barcelona, 12 January 1939) is a Spanish actor and theatre director.

Born in Barcelona, he started as an actor in Associació Dramàtica de Barcelona, and made his theatre debut in 1957 with Les maletes del senyor Bernet.

He received a student grant to study drama in Strasbourg in 1959, and he joined the Théâtre National Populaire in 1967, Théâtre de la Ville in 1968, and French National Theatre Comédie Française in 1981.

In 1983, he went back to Catalonia with the play Dom Joan by Molière, and created the "Companyia Flotats" in 1984. From 1995 to his polemic dismissal in 1997, he was the principal of TNC (Catalan National Theatre)

He went to Madrid in 1998 and created the theatre company "Taller 75 S.L.". They debuted with 'Art' (play), by Yasmina Reza.

Theatre plays

Named by the language of the performance





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