Anouilh


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Anouilh

Jean ([zh][~@]). 1910--87, French dramatist, noted for his reinterpretations of Greek myths: his works include Eurydice (1942), Antigone (1944), and Becket (1959)
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In the passage I cited earlier from Anouilh's version of the tragedy, Antigone addresses Creon as follows:
The new channel, BBC Two, in 1964 staged a season of notable West End plays, mostly from the 1950s, including Anouilh (Traveller without Luggage--he had also featured in Festival with a production of Ring Round the Moon) and T.
Anouilh, already coming under the influence of the likes of the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre and the novelist, Paul Camus, attempts to outmanoeuvre his critics with the trick of surrealism: "Each person has a role," says Antigone to her sister, Ismene.
That is why the issue of 'burial rites' occupies minimal space in Anouilh's Antigone, where the characters are driven by impulses, and not by the notions of religion and hereafter.
Harris won her first Tony Award for playing Sally Bowles, the confirmed hedonist in "I Am a Camera," adapted by John van Druten from Christopher Isherwood's "Berlin Stories." The play later became the stage and screen musical "Cabaret." In her second Tony-winning performance, Harris played a much more spiritual character, Joan of Arc in Lillian Hellman's adaptation of Jean Anouilh's "The Lark." The play had a six-month run, primarily because of the notices for Harris.
Among those taking part is Kenilworth's Talisman Theatre, which will be performing The Orchestra by Jean Anouilh, and the Priory Theatre, which will be presenting Lions and Donkeys by Steve Harper.
Jean Marie Lucien Pieree Anouilh's Antigone (1942) retells the story of the stubborn and committed Antigone through her struggle to honor her brother in death with burial even if it means defying the new king, Creon.
Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral (1935), a verse drama, was spiritual and religious; Jean Anouilh's spectacular Becket: ou l'honnneur de Dieu (1976), less derived from records, was more political and ethical.
Parece logico por tanto que Ligazon fuese el texto escogido para ser representado por el grupo de camara El Duende el 6 de marzo de 1950 en el teatro Gran Via de Madrid, en una sesion con programa doble compartido con Ardele o la margarita de Jean Anouilh (Vease el articulo de Maria Paz Cornejo Ibares, "Valle-Inclan y la estrategia de la obra en un acto en el teatro espanol de posguerra (1940-1960)").
Suite au succes du Bal des voleurs de Jean Anouilh, les gens qui se sont regroupes pour ce projet entreprirent de produire une piece chaque annee sans dependre du caprice de la faculte ou de la politique universitaire.