Machinal


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Ma`chin´al


a.1.Of or pertaining to machines.
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Even without my praise, the team behind this play should be enough to get you through the door - it's penned by Oil and The Writer scribe Ella Hickson, one of the hottest young playwrights in the country, and directed by Natalie Abrahami, whose recent work includes the wonderful Machinal at the Almeida.
The Richard Burton Company explores lust and murder in two tales of doomed marriages with Helen Edmundson's adaptation of Therese Raquin and Sophie Treadwell's Machinal; and the NEW season in March offers a feast of some of the best new writing talent around with a chance to be the first to experience four new plays before they transfer to The Gate in London.
Sophie Treadwell's Machinal makes its Broadway debut at the Plymouth Theatre, directed by Arthur Hopkins.
Greenhouse Theater Center's revival of Sophie Treadwell's "Machinal" -- inspired by the true story of a convicted murderess and produced with North Central College in Naperville -- received a leading seven nominations for mid-size play, ensemble, director, principal performer, sound and lighting design and movement direction.
| HUMANS and The Miniaturist actress Emily Berrington, below, is starring in a visceral new production of Machinal at the Almeida Theatre in London.
This was important because it not only underlined the theatricality of the work but also demonstrated Vinci's several collaborations with dancers, poets, and actors during the evolution of the show, who performed pieces using this machinal setting as both means and instrument.
Deus ex machinal This near escape reminds me of the power of proximity, how familiarity breeds attempt, and how rubbernecking mansions on the fancy street in town can bring us one step closer to envy or regret.
For instance, relating the novel's detective form to its ideology, Helene Machinal claims that readers of this fiction "are immersed in a world redolent of the tales of Sherlock Homes and the classic detective stories," and tries to reveal "the ideological implications of the whole genre of the turn-of-the-century detective story" (When We Were Orphans 79).
presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan in his 2015-16 presidential election campaign program requested to be the free and unconditioned "basic income" for everybody to be financed by machinal automatization.
In 2014, still in his 20s, he earned his first choreography credit on Broadway, for the mechanical, expressionistic movement in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Sophie Treadwell's brooding 1928 melodrama, Machinal. But he's a choreographer without portfolio.