e colaboradores (2014) ao verificarem o consumo alimentar de 17 atletas profissionais, do genero feminino, encontraram uma media de ingestao de 1909 Kcal.
Para este medio se ha senalado como varias de las obras aparecen en principio con el nombre de Teatro Experimental del Distrito (entre marzo y agosto de 1958) -Opilion de Roberto Triana Arenas o La nieve estaba sucia de Georges Simenon--y mas adelante como El Buho (de noviembre de 1958 a febrero de 1961)--Arlequinada de Terence Rattigan, La senora Dulska de Gabriela Zapolska
, Melisa de Nikos Kazantzakis, El viaje maravilloso de Vladimir Maiakovski, Ardele de Jean Anouil, El discipulo del diablo de Bernard Shaw, Larga cena de navidad de Thorton Wilder, Emperador y Galileo de Henrik Ibsen, entre muchas otras dirigidas en su mayoria por Cabrera-.
Incorporating dramatists from Sophocles through Molier to Gombrowicz, Adam Mickiewicz, Gabriela Zapolska
, Ben Jonson, Henrik Ibsen and August Strindberg, television theater offers a comprehensive collection of the world's most famous plays.
To learn the most about their craft, to gain a worldly vantage point on subjects, techniques, and influences, aspiring Polish artists such as Boznanska or Zapolska or Kuryluk necessarily traveled to those world capitals (Paris, New York) that attracted and enabled a cosmopolitan community of their professional peers.
If the transgressiveness of the heroic woman warrior Plater worried relatives and observers, then such actresses as Zapolska and Wisnowska, who played provocative parts offstage as well as on, coped with daunting social censure.
It was a golden age of women's literature, characterized by the poetry of Maria Konopnicka, as well as the novels of Orzeszkowa, Gabriela Zapolska
and Zofia Nalkowska, just to name a few.
The playwrights' nationalities and the dates their plays were written range from Poland's Zapolska
(1906) and Greece's Siganou-Parren (1907), to Belgium's Lilar (1945) and Finland's Manner (1968), to France's Duras (1977), France's Benmussa (977), Spain's Diosdado (1973), Spain's Pedrero (1984), Italy's Maraini (1978), Germany's Reinshagen (1976), Czechoslovakia's Fischerova (1979), Austria's Jelinek (1981), Russia's Petrushevskaya (1983), Norway's Vik (1992), Sweden's Lugn (1993), Denmark's Saalbach (1993), and Iceland's Guomundsdottir (1998).
Having tried unsuccessfully to pursue an acting career in Paris, Zapolska
started writing cheap, sensationalist novels, full of bitterness toward middle-class values, morality, and hypocrisy.
90) and Gabriela Zapolska (1857-1921) repeatedly braved the
well-born Zapolska "became an emancypantka out of necessity"
Zapolska regularly had to flee the scenes of her scandals--an
This wishful scenario posits a continuity of character, whereby the divas scandalous and front-page-making, though ultimately intolerable, real-life histrionics transfer seamlessly and productively to larger-than-life operatic enactments and vice versa--a continuity the writer-stage actress Gabriela Zapolska
exploited, but the film star Krystyna Janda vigorously and vociferously contests (see Holmgren and Elzbieta Ostrowska in this volume).