About Our Team
Born in Belgium in 1970, Alil showed great interest in the theater in his early years. He created his first acting duo at 20, Les Fous Alliés (“Two Crazy Allies”), and his experience on stage took off. He later moved to France where he became a stand up expert. From 2000 to 2003, Alil improved the writing on his play, Le Clan Des Divorcées, and acted on a risky idea: to play Brigitte, one of the three divorcees, himself. Thanks to the success of Le Clan, Alil and his brother Hazis own and manage four theaters in Paris including the mythic 1,000 seat theater, Le Palace, and three theaters in the French provinces of Nice, Strasburg and Lille.
Alil continues to write and produce, three of his shows are currently playing in Paris: 10 Ans de Mariage (“10 Years of Marriage”), Familles (Re)composées (“Reconstructed Families”) and Le Clan des Divorcées.
Sylvain Mustaki has enjoyed a very successful 30 year career promoting over 6000 shows in France and around the world selling more than 7 million tickets. Sylvain has been active across a variety of live entertainment genres including Jazz &Blues (Archie Shepp & Keith Jarrett), World Music (Johnny Clegg, Mory Kante, Mikis Theodorakis, Cheb Mami), Rock & Roll (AC/ DC, Bon Jovi, Iron Maiden, Van Halen, Def Leppard), Ice Shows (Disney On Ice, Holiday on Ice), Family Shows (Cirque Eloize, Shaolin Monks, Semianyki Family), Musicals (50 Shades! The Parody), Sporting Events (WWE, NBA) and more. In 1994, Sylvain was one of the founding partners of France Billet, the first computerised ticketing network in France which is the market leader in France today.
Sylvain holds advanced degrees in business administration (HEC), sociology (Institut Sciences Politiques, Paris) and econometrics (Université Paris-Dauphine). Sylvain resides in Paris with his wife.
Since their childhood Hazis’s career has been linked to his brother Alil’s. As soon as Alil started his stage career, Hazis was there to manage the business, and to run the theaters they opened together. They started with The Comic’Art in Bruxelles (1994), then Les 3 T in Toulouse (1999), then Le Paris and Le Capitole in Avignon (2001), then La Comédie Republique and La Grande Comédie in Paris (2004 and 2006). In 2008 they became owners of the mythical Palace in Paris, followed by theatres in Nice, Strasbourg, Angoulême.