Eliante

Eliante

her kind heart contrasted with Celimene’s caustic wit. [Fr. Lit.: Le Misanthrope]
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The visiting Tanzanians, who are set to battle it out against the locals, include the long hitting Nuru Mollel from Arusha Gymklhana Club, John Leonce, Jimmy Mollel and Eliante Lembris.
Philinte Hoon Lee Celimene Mamie Gummer Arsinoe Alison Fraser Frank Hamish Linklater Oronte Rick Holmes Eliante Jean Gambatese Dubois, Basque Steven Boyer Acaste Matthew Maher Clitander Frank Harts Whenever hard-working theater people just want to play, the famously permissive CSC is sure to indulge them.
The happy couple Philinte and Eliante and even Celimene, who no doubt seeks to continue her linguistic pleasures at the end of the play, are evidence of this pragmatic view.
Outside one shack in Petite Anse, Nadissa, 12, watched Elise, 5, and Eliante, 3, while their mother tried to sell clothing in the market.
The young medical student Leon Reille is eager to bed Eliante Donalger but even keener to give her a lesson in what is sexually normal.
The cast includes Andrew Beck as Philinte, Christopher Hisrh as Alceste, Ian Armstrong as Oronte, Leticia Maskell as Celimene, Mindy Linder as Basque, Margie Kment as Eliante, Alexander Dupre as Clitandre, Elizabeth Helman as Acaste, Parisse Boothe as Guard, Sara Griner as Arsinoe and Edward Volkert as Du Bois.
Such is the case of Eliante, the heroine of La Jongleuse who is herself adorned with beautiful eyes that penetrate the mysteries of Beauty: "....on vit ses yeux, nus et noirs sous une frange soyeuse en brins de fourures." (8) In her secret chamber, decorated in the orientalist stylings of a Gustave Moreau, she keeps a unique and exotic vase.
Eliante, the reasonable woman, speaks of his "noble and heroic" virtue, which she says has become "rare in our day." Likewise, in the scene of Oronte's sonnet, Alceste seeks to defend an old song, king Henry's song -- that is Henry IV the Vert-Galant, against the precious sonnet that is typical of the genre currently in vogue.
Eliante, Celimene's cousin, a woman whose ideas are similar to Philinte's and who marries him at the end.
Pursued by the pretended prude Arsinoe, unable to accept the affection of the gentle and sincere Eliante, Alceste is in love with the sharp - tongued, vain coquette Celimene, epitome of all that he despises.
Alceste Bill Camp Philinte Thomas Jay Ryan Celimene Jeanine Serralles Acaste Joan Macintosh Eliante Quincy Tyler Bernstine Clitandre Jason C.