Alfred de Musset

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Noun1.Alfred de Musset - French poet and writer (1810-1857)
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One of today's leading Greek directors, Yiannis Iordanidis, arrives in Cyprus to present one of Alfred de Musset's most famous works Lorenzaccio at the Kypria International Festival later this month.
The programme varies between classics such as Lorenzaccio or Berenice de Racine and more modern work such as those of Amelie Nothomb.
Lorenzaccio is a sophisticated and provocative reflection on the
7); Lorenzaccio, for the drama by Alfred de Musset, which premiered 25 June 1955 at the Polish Theatre in Warsaw (see fig.
Through a masterful combination of archival sleuthing and careful historical revisionism, the author of this book sheds new light on the shadowy figure of Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de' Medici, best known as Lorenzino or Lorenzaccio, who is notorious for the assassination of Florentine Duke Alessandro de' Medici.
presented a repertoire of classics seldom produced in the American theatre, and among the plays Lee designed there were Mourning Becomes Electro, Peer Gynt, King John, Don Carlos and the almost unknown Lorenzaccio. The Shakespeare Theatre Company became Lee's primary home for the remainder of his career, with six productions in the eight years before he retired.
Plusieurs figures de peintres, reelles ou imaginaires, parcourent son theatre ou ses nouvelles, comme Andre del Sarto, le fils du Titien ou encore le Tebaldeo de Lorenzaccio. (9) Un court texte publie le 19 septembre 1830 dans la Revue de Paris, Le Tableau d'eglise, nous presente l'expertise d'une oeuvre de la Renaissance decouverte par le narrateur, qui parvient a deceler que cette peinture, tout en etant "evidemment l'ouvrage d'un Romain" "original et novateur," appartient a une epoque tardive, et que son auteur a ete influence par "cette ecole qui voulut puiser aux deux sources" (754), c'est-a-dire par l'ecole de Bologne.
Nijinskythenboiledoverin the premliminaries when finishing only second to Lorenzaccio in the Champion Stakes.
De la, cette attitude d'evasion systematique, genre de defaillance romantique a la maniere de Lorenzaccio (mais sans progression aucune !) De la ce gaspillage des atouts de debut, de la cet enlisement dans les compromis mesquins.
Other theatre work includes In Blood - The Bacchae, Small Craft Warnings, An Enemy of the People (Arcola), Don Quixote (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Angels in America (Headlong/Lyric Hammersmith), The Lady Of Leisure (Liverpool Playhouse), Missing Persons (Trafalgar Studios), Tamburlaine the Great (Bristol Old Vic/ Barbican - TMA Award for Best Performance in a Play), Messiah, King Lear, Waiting For Godot, The Seagull, Waste (Old Vic), The Bacchae, The Oedipus Plays (and Greece), Absolute Hell, The Cherry Orchard, The Duchess of Malfi, Coriolanus, Animal Farm, You Can't Take It With You, Lorenzaccio, Oresteia, The Spanish Tragedy (NT).
sus puestas en escena de Hamlet, 1977, de Romeo y Julieta, 1985 o de Lorenzaccio, 1986).