Haroun humor - Trends Business on PC

Haroun humor – Trends Business on PC

A few years ago, at the Parisian Théâtre de la Contrescarpe, we nabbed the program of half a dozen more or less beginner stand-uppers. That evening revealed two of them, far ahead in terms of humor: a certain Guillermo Guiz and another well-to-do young man…

A few years ago, at the Parisian Théâtre de la Contrescarpe, we nabbed the program of half a dozen more or less beginner stand-uppers. That evening revealed two of them, far ahead in humor: a certain Guillermo Guiz and another young man who was good in all respects: Haroun. Looking like the ideal son-in-law, p(r)ince without laughing, he signs quirky texts that deal with politics, racism, culture, Jews and Arabs. Cruel, quirky and ruthlessly funny. Triggers of success: Haroun quickly hits the net with his Pasquinades as well as on stage where he generously fills the rooms, including the prestigious Théâtre Edouard-VII in Paris. For his second show, Seuls, to be presented shortly in Belgium, the quasi-quadra (1984) created a kind of vaguely evil double whose apparent distinction, like a disillusioned racaille, contrasts with the quiet strength of the original Haroun. Always with targets that deserve it, such as invasive networks and this obsession to see the dark side that lurks in each of us. If we readily cite the influences of Coluche or Desproges, Haroun has this vitriolic way of reading the news that Guy Bedos also had.

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