Jean Anouilh


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Noun1.Jean Anouilh - French dramatist noted for his reinterpretations of Greek myths (1910-1987)Jean Anouilh - French dramatist noted for his reinterpretations of Greek myths (1910-1987)
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French playwright Jean Anouilh, who became one of the most controversial and versatile dramatists in Europe by portraying the human condition with scorn and compassion, died in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The late French playwright, Jean Anouilh wrote perhaps his most famous play Antigone, during the Nazi occupation of France.
This paper will explore the reworking of Antigone by Jean Anouilh, in comparison to Sophocles' Antigone.
The play is a modern adaptation of the classic Greek tragedy, written by French dramatist Jean Anouilh, a two-time Tony Award winner.
Es no obstante en la version de Antigona de Jean Anouilh (2009) donde se percibe mas claramente esa especie de ineluctabilidad que la embarga:
Among those taking part is Kenilworth's Talisman Theatre, which will be performing The Orchestra by Jean Anouilh, and the Priory Theatre, which will be presenting Lions and Donkeys by Steve Harper.
Si bien es cierto que se dieron a conocer con la puesta en escena de Becket o el honor de Dios, del dramaturgo frances Jean Anouilh, su lanzamiento internacional se dio con la obra De monstruos y prodigios.
Suite au succes du Bal des voleurs de Jean Anouilh, les gens qui se sont regroupes pour ce projet entreprirent de produire une piece chaque annee sans dependre du caprice de la faculte ou de la politique universitaire.
Parece logico por tanto que Ligazon fuese el texto escogido para ser representado por el grupo de camara El Duende el 6 de marzo de 1950 en el teatro Gran Via de Madrid, en una sesion con programa doble compartido con Ardele o la margarita de Jean Anouilh (Vease el articulo de Maria Paz Cornejo Ibares, "Valle-Inclan y la estrategia de la obra en un acto en el teatro espanol de posguerra (1940-1960)").
Screenplay, Laurent Herbiet, Alex Reval, based on the plays "Eurydice" and "Dear Antoine" by Jean Anouilh.
McWhinnie was an enormously experienced radio and TV director, having worked closely with most of the great dramatists of the day, including Samuel Beckett, Jean Anouilh and Harold Pinter.
The play was written by Jean Anouilh and was turned into a 1964 film starring Richard Burton after successful runs on Broadway and in London.