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Jarry

Alfred . 1873--1907, French dramatist and poet, who anticipated the theatre of the absurd with his play Ubu Roi (1896)
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Jarry's vision looks forward to two dance phenomena in particular.
Le Surmale (1902) is the book in which Alfred Jarry (1873-1907) combined his simultaneous (and related) interests in sex, sport, and machines to address the question of human limits and the consequences of transgressing them.
Jarry's sequels to Ubu roi included Ubu enchaine (1900; "Ubu Bound") and Ubu cocu (published posthumously in 1944; "Ubu Cuckolded").
Jarry looks a fine talent for the future, but while he is no mug on clay courts it's possible he may grow to do his best work on faster terrain.
We are also indebted to Maria Guadalupe Ochoa Avila, Pedro Damian Bautista, Gerardo Gonzalez, Claudia Kerik, Edgar Artaud Jarry (Edgar Altamirano Carmona), and Geles Lebrija, who generously provided photographs and historical information.
"We're thrilled to have Jarry, Upashruti and Chris join our team.
n THE most bizarre talents in Coventry are celebrated on Thursday as Jarry's House returns to Taylor John's House at Coventry Canal Basin for a second evening of absurd comedy, contemporary dance, a girl in a coffin and burlesque artists.
SG Cyprus General Manager Joel Jarry said in August, when news of the buyout first emerged: "With the exception of the change in ownership, there will be no other changes, with the management and operational functions firmly under the guidance of Paris, which will continue to have responsibility to set limits and control all other operational aspects."
In April 2004 Montreal's major tennis facility, formerly Jarry Park Tennis Centre, became Uniprix Stadium after the company became the primary sponsor and acquired naming rights.
Like gifted children who have invited a new playmate into their attic nursery, the Flea Theater's resident Bat company is having a merry romp with Alfred Jarry, the enfant terrible of French absurdist theater circles.