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Goldoni

Carlo . 1707--93, Italian dramatist; author of over 250 plays in Italian or French, including La Locandiera (1753). His work introduced realistic Italian comedy, superseding the commedia dell'arte
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Tal es el caso de Carlo Goldoni (1707-1793), ya entonces reconocido dramaturgo de carrera internacional, y principal libretista de opera bufa a mediados de siglo.
E uno degli esempi piu noti della propensione di Carlo Goldoni a caricare di valenze ideologiche sia la tempra morale dei suoi personaggi sia la tenuta concettuale della scena, soprattutto nelle commedie "pedagogiche" della stagione piu strettamente riformistica.
entry Goldoni, the winner of a The three-year-old son of Dylan Thomas will be joining Motivado, who sold for 200,000gns on Tuesday, at Lindsay Park in Australia.
En su estudio preliminar la editora, tras aludir al exito del teatro goldoniano en Espana (mayor gracias a sus comedias que a sus drama jocosos), asi como a la actividad de Ramon de la Cruz como traductor o adaptador del teatro extranjero, lleva a cabo un rapido analisis de la obra, partiendo de las vinculaciones entre La vida es sueno de Calderon y la pieza de Goldoni (ya senaladas por otros criticos y que, seguramente, tuvieron que ver tanto en el interes suscitado en D.
At his current restaurant, the whimsically decorated Teatro Goldoni, Fargione is managing to make the numbers work in spite of the difficult economy.
The two editors have done well in their choice of writers; all the essays in this welcome book are at the least informative and some (for instance, in addition to those already mentioned, Pier Mario Vescovo's on Goldoni and Costantino Maeder's on Metastasio) are especially enlightening.
Students of classical drama may well recognize the narrative seeds sewn by Plautus and picked up by the likes of Shakespeare, RMoliere, Carlo Goldoni and Stephen Sondheim, whose musical "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" was based on several Plautus plays.
at the Vatican-owned Teatro Goldoni, I was privileged to meet several folk with inside knowledge of the German occupation of Rome, including the late Frances Riley-Persichetti, director of the theater.
Part 3, "The Seventeenth Century," includes "Arrivals and Departutes" (145-50); "The Venetian Stage" (151-59); "Carlo Goldoni, Playwright and Reformer" (160-76); "Carlo Gozzi" (177-85); "Metastasio and the Melodrama" (186-94); and "Vittorio Alfieri" (195-204).
Patrizia Carrano's style has a pleasantly swift narrative pace, a smiling composure that in certain descriptions of Charlotte's journey recalls the enviable serenity of Goldoni in his Memoirs.
JO, 2004, which was presented at the Teatro Goldoni on September 24, 2005, as part of the International Theatre Festival of the Venice Biennale, is a two-part film accompanied by a live sound track performed by Japanese musician Keiji Haino.
A commission was formed, including Antonio Dal Zotto, the sculptor of Goldoni in Campo San Bartolomeo, Marius de Maria, then a very fashionable land- and sea-scape painter, and Count Nicolo Papadopoli--to add aristocratic tone, presumably.