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Feydeau

Georges . 1862--1921, French dramatist, noted for his farces, esp La Dame de chez Maxim (1899) and Occupe-toi d'Am?lie (1908)
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The play by Georges Feydeau is considered one of the funniest ever written, as Madame Chandebise worries that her husband, Victor, is engaged in a secret affair.
THE French playwright of the belle epoque, Georges Feydeau, wrote around 60 comedies and you can't expect all of them to be smash hits.
In reviving this example of it by the most celebrated Parisian farceur, Georges Feydeau, the combined forces of Sir Peter Hall and the usually dependable English Touring Theatre failed to persuade me that this is an injustice.
In March comes Terence Rattigan's Sep arate Tables (1954), then May will bring the oldest of the trio, the Georges Feydeau farce A Flea in Her Ear, which dates right back to 1907 and has been translated by John Mortimer.
Georges Feydeau (1862-1921), master of the French farce, is a hard sell these days.
Modern situation comedy, particularly of the ``Three's Company'' variety, owes a not-insubstantial debt to 19th-century French farceur Georges Feydeau.
He has also been an active, talented translator of Spanish and French belles lettres, notably the writings of such authors as Georges Feydeau, Jean Genet, and Fernando Arrabal.
August will feature one of the most famous of all the French farces, "A Flea in Her Ear," by Georges Feydeau.
This classic Georges Feydeau farce is Sir Peter's second production for ETT following Uncle Vanya last year.
The comedy is an adaptation of Le Dindon, one of the best loved works from the master of French farce, Georges Feydeau.
A Georges Feydeau farce mingling the usual cheating husbands, revengeful wives and bumbling policemen opens the Asolo Theatre Company season, Nov.
The Talisman Theatre is giving a six-night run to A Little Hotel on the Side, by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres.