I've had a couple of scenes where Andromache
takes very decisive action," she explained, "and that's really interesting to play with in this world, because as an actress in a historical production you can spend all your time reacting to the men.
The dialogue between mother-in-law Hecuba and daughter-in-law Andromache
is quite usual, despite they were originally written over 2,000 years ago," Ong said.
Gazing upon her dead husband, Andromache
in the last book of the Iliad laments the future that awaits her and her son: "(.
As he specifically mentions, "unity is created by a central figure in Andromache
, but that central figure, around whom the plot is built with infinite care, is one who only appears as a corpse: in fact the central figure of this play is none other than Neoptolemus" (1996: 143).
Moldaver et l'honorable juge Andromache
Karakatsanis", presentee a la Faculte de droit d'Ottawa, le 18 janvier 2012 (2011-2012) 43:1 RD Ottawa 125.
In Baudelaire's poem the figure of Andromache
is superimposed on images of modern Paris:
Mossman (1996: 149): "It is because Neoptolemus is the boy's father that Andromache
takes refuge at the temple of Thetis".
Espaillat's "Vignette" chisels in tetrameter quatrains an image of Hector's wife, Andromache
, as she walks the walls of Troy in the days just prior to the start of the Greek invasion.
2014 marks a century since the husband-and-wife team of Dr George and Lady Andromache
Papanicolaou first started their research at Cornell Medical College, New York, which ultimately led to the development of the Pap (Papanicolaou) test for early detection of cervical cancer.
Room: Actors' Gang managing director Mark Seldis, who was a producer on Andromache
In her ongoing grief, Andromache
removes Helen from the picture yet blames her for her current plight.
That crucial first look, so carefully engineered by helmer David Schwimmer, plays out on Andromache
Chalfant's handsome set of a nearly deserted bed-and-breakfast in deepest, darkest Michigan.