Clifford Odets


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Noun1.Clifford Odets - United States playwright (1906-1963)
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com)-- The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute (LSTFI) with The Lee Strasberg Creative Center in collaboration with NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Undergraduate Department of Drama will present two new works by playwrights, Crystal Skillman and Steve DiUbaldo, this year's recipients of The Clifford Odets Ensemble Play Commission, December 3-5 and 10-12 at the Marilyn Monroe Theatre in New York City.
The play was Waiting for Lefty, by Clifford Odets, and the show was so successful it gave the group the confidence to go from strength to strength .
Cain and the social realist plays of Clifford Odets, Penner concludes that the 1930s was a decade "dominated by the masculine cult of virility and the overthrow of the so-called effete genteel tradition" (23).
Featuring works by Clifford Odets, August Wilson, Joseph M.
Letter exchanges in the early 1940s with David Chudnow, Paul Kohner, and the famous playwright Clifford Odets, among other influential figures in the Hollywood film industry, show how involved Eisler was with the film scene, even though he often loathed it.
A STELLAR cast including Jenny Seagrove and Birmingham's Martin Shaw tackle this Clifford Odets play which takes us into the heart of a fractured marriage.
The Country Girl Malvern Festival Theatre Decades pass between opportunities to see plays by American dramatist Clifford Odets on the West Midlands stage.
Out of this artistic outpouring came works that were to have a lasting popularity, such as Waiting for Lefty by Clifford Odets.
3) (Incidentally, one can argue that Garfield's screen persona evolved and became defined through collaborations with various screen and theatre artists; most notably, Polonsky, Clifford Odets and Robert Rossen.
Rainer is said to have married playwright Clifford Odets in the living room.
Succeeding chapters in Beyond the Golden Door trace how these dynamics develop throughout the twentieth century in works by Elmer Rice, Gertrude Berg, Clifford Odets, Arthur Miller, Paddy Chayefsky, Neil Simon, Alfred Uhry, Wendy Wasserstein, and Tony Kushner, among others.
Among the featured playrights are Adrienne Kennedy, Clifford Odets, Suzan-Lori Parks, Robert Patrick, Sung J.