Monsieur Jourdain is the main character of the Bourgeois Gentilhomme de Molière. Drapier enriched, he is trained in increasingly ridiculous actions by his desire to transform himself into a "quality man". For this, he ensures the lessons of masters who, while deploring his lack of provisions, must recognize that it constitutes for them "a sweet rent". All the action is around the preparation and the representation of a ballet to offer "as a gift" to the Marquise Dorimène, whom Mr. Jourdain is courting, not for love, but for the title that it represents. The action ends with a triple marriage between Lucile (the daughter of Monsieur Jourdain) and Cléonte (her fiance), Dorimène and Dorante (the marquise and her suitor), and Nicole and Covielle (the servants). Monsieur Jourdain will attend, with all the company, the famous ballet that had been prepared.