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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Elgin Community College Theatre's production of French playwright Jean Anouilh's "Antigone," translated by Barbara Bray, will be staged Friday, April 26, through Sunday, May 5.
The second section considers Portuguese versions of the Medea myth in the 20th and 21st centuries, by Portuguese writers including Ant<AEo>nio Jos<AEe> da Silva, Jean Anouilh, Eduarda Dion<AEi>sio, H<AEe>lia Correia, and Carlos Jorge Pessoa.
For this reason, I will refer to the original Sophoclean version of the tragedy of Antigone (1909-14), but also sometimes to a more contemporary adaptation of Antigone offered by Jean Anouilh (1958).
Jean Anouilh's play about a group of 1950s French socialites and the play they plan to present at their annual ball continues through March 11 in an FSU/Asolo Conservatory production in the Cook Theatre.
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.
Chalandon's "Le Quatrieme Mur" tells the story of George, whose dream is to go to Lebanon in order to direct and stage Jean Anouilh's play "Antigone." This highly personal work reflects not only the writer's personal theatrical fantasies but also draws upon his personal experience as a reporter for the Liberation newspaper, and the difficulties he encountered while on the job.
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.