Feydeau


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Feydeau

(French fɛdo)
n
(Biography) Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1862–1921, French dramatist, noted for his farces, esp La Dame de chez Maxim (1899) and Occupe-toi d'Amélie (1908)
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In its treatment of comedy, the production resembled a Feydeau farce, with its precise timing, rapid throw-away gags, and an exquisite sense of balance and proportion--a clock-like mechanism, as the director commented in his notes.
El primer numero de Clarte fue editado el 19 de octubre de 1919, y que Mariategui llego a Francia en noviembre del mismo ano, asi que cuando conocio las "oficinas" de Clarte, en la Rue de Feydeau, es posible que haya conocido y, quizas, leido tambien, supongo yo, el numero inaugural de Clarte.
Franco Zeffirelli, who had directed Much Ado on stage, was dissatisfied with the studio production, and asked for his name to be removed from the credits; and olivier was equally dissatisfied with the quality of the Feydeau, recorded from a stage performance by cameras positioned in the stalls (Rosenthal 114).
We still see Moliere, Ibsen, Feydeau, and Chekhov, but only rarely does a new play from abroad find a substantial American theater audience.
The other was a Feydeau farce, There's One in Every Marriage, which had a huge iris separating two realistic playing areas.
La comedie phenomene regroupe sur scene 7 personnages, [beaucoup moins que]enfants de Feydeau et de Friends[beaucoup plus grand que].
94); it consists of sixteen folios of music of twenty-eight staves, 35 cm x 27 cm, with the lozenge-shaped, embossed stamp of "Lard Esnaut / Paris / 25, rue Feydeau.
The play by Georges Feydeau is considered one of the funniest ever written, as Madame Chandebise worries that her husband, Victor, is engaged in a secret affair.
They fret that their image is more Feydeau than Rousseau.
In 1825 he had performed in obscure characters at the Odeon, and he subsequently appeared at the Feydeau.
Feydeau believed Freund's play Durchlaucht Radieschen to have violated the copyright of his own comedy La duchesse des Folies Bergere.
84) de Nantes, stigmatise << les restes du Nantes de 1793, compose apparemment, sans beaucoup de degrade, autour des hotels arrogants a frontons et pilastres des negriers de l'Ile Feydeau et du quartier Graslin >>.