Elmer Rice


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Noun1.Elmer Rice - United States playwright (1892-1967)
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15), with lyrics by Langston Hughes based on a book by Elmer Rice, proved the outstanding production of this year's festival, playing to near sell-out audiences at the Neptune Studio Theatre.
and even a musical, "Skyscraper," adapted from an Elmer Rice play, "Dream Girl.
Sir Michael Redgrave made his debut at the Playhouse in 1934 playing Roy Darwin in a piece called Counsellor at Law by Elmer Rice.
The 2008 Jason Loewith-Joshua Schmidt musical , based on the early 20th-century Elmer Rice play, centers on a bookkeeper named Mr.
It's easy to see why this 1931 work by Elmer Rice, which had a critically successful run at Peccadillo's downtown theater last spring, is being restaged now in a larger space.
Estreno en Mexico a autores ineditos en su tiempo por su caracter vanguardista: Elmer Rice (La maquina de sumar), Lillian Helhnan (Los pequenos zorros) y Freiderich Durrenmatt (Los fisicos).
Written in 1922 by Elmer Rice, "The Adding Machine" is a fine example of American Expressionism, in which the individual often perceives himself as chewed up by big government or diabolical capitalism, as if he were a rat in a grotesque meat grinder.
Wyler had the good fortune to have Elmer Rice adapt the script from his Broadway success.
Outside Germany, playwrights who used Expressionist dramatic techniques included the American authors Eugene O'Neill and Elmer Rice.
On Trial by Elmer Rice, the author's first play, opened in New York City.
Kaufman, Elmer Rice, Maxwell Anderson, and Robert E.
The Adding Machine by Elmer Rice, a play concerning the life, death, and afterlife of a man discharged from his job after 25 years of counting figures, opened at the Garrick Theatre in New York City.