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Books by André Obey, Noah, Loire, Le joueur de triangle, Les trois coups de minuit, L' Ascension du Sinaï, Lazare, Las campanas de medianoche, No. 3 plays: One for the wind, Noah, The phoenix.
Obey was Copeau's dramatist, and his plays Noé (Noah, 1931), a witty reinterpretation of the. From: Obey, André in The Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre . Subjects: Performing arts - Theatre. Related content in Oxford Reference. Obey, André (1892–1975). in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance Length: 149 words. in The Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre (2) Length: 141 words. Obey, André (8 May 1892). in The Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre Length: 123 words. Obey, André (1892–1975)
by Arthur Wilmurt, Andre Obey. Full Length Play, 5m, 4f. Noah, his wife, his three sons and three of the neighbors' girls embark with the animals on God's ark. When the rain ends, the grand beauty of the great waters fills them with rejoicing and they dance around the deck in the dawn of a golden age. But Ham, the canker of the old world, has crept o. iew Full Page Request License. View all. Quick View. by Arthur Wilmurt, Andre Obey.
Twenty best European plays on the American stage by John Gassner.
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André Obey (French: ; 8 May 1892 at Douai, France – 11 April 1975 at Montsoreau, near the Loire River) was a prominent French playwright during the inter-war years, and into the 1950s. He began as a novelist and produced an autobiographical novel about his adolescence le Joueur de triangle (The Triangle Player). After his meeting with Jacques Copeau, he devoted himself completely to dramatic works. In 1945 Obey became provisional general administrator of the Comédie-Française. Noé (Noah); 1930, Broadway February 13, 1935 - March 1935. Le Viol de Lucrèce (The Rape of Lucretia); 1931, Broadway December 20, 1932 - January 1933. La Bataille de la Marne (The Battle of the Marne); 1932. He was made full general administrator in 1946, and resigned in 1947 after just under a year's service
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