|Author:||Michel Vinamer,Bernard-Marie Koltes,Raymond Cousse,Richard Demarcy,David Bradby,Claude Schumacher|
|Title:||New French Plays (Methuen New Theatrescript)|
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by Michel Vinamer (Author), Bernard-Marie Koltes (Author), Raymond Cousse (Author), Richard Demarcy (Author), David Bradby (Compiler), Claude Schumacher (Compiler) & 3 more. ISBN-13: 978-0413194008. Raymond Cousse's dramatic monologue Those Childish Things is a poignantly comic, child's-eye view of adult life. Stranger in the House by Richard Demarcy is a 'serie noire' play in which an Arab plays havoc with a French family and Bernard-Marie Koltes's Struggles of the Dogs and the Black, set on a construction site in West Africa, focuses on two men who vie for the favours of a woman, The plays in this volume offer a range of.
Series Statement: Methuen's new theatrescripts. Formatted Contents Note: Portrait of a woman, by Michel Vinaver. Struggle of the dogs and the black, by Bernard-Marie Koltès. These childish things, by Raymond Cousse. Stranger in the house, by Richard Demarcy. Uncontrolled Name: Drama in French, 1945- - Anthologies - English texts. Personal Name: Bradby, David. Personal Name: Schumacher, Claude. Uniform Title: Methuen new theatrescript.
New French Plays (Methuen New Theatrescripts). Author : David Bradby,(Translator),Claude Schumacher,Michael Vinaver,Bernard-Marie Koltès,Raymond Cousse,Richard Demarcy. Publisher : Methuen Drama.
New French Plays book. Bernard-Marie Koltès. New French Plays (Methuen New Theatrescript). 0413194000 (ISBN13: 9780413194008).
New French Plays (Methuen New Theatrescript). by Claude Schumacher. ISBN 9780413194008 (978-0-413-19400-8) Softcover, Methuen, 1989. Find signed collectible books: 'New French Plays (Methuen New Theatrescript)'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Bernard-Marie Koltes.
Paperback: 0 41319400 0 £. 9 net. SHAKESPEAREAN CONCEPTS. Simon Trussler Arranged alphabetically, this easy-to-use reference work provides a straightforward guide to the meaning and usage of over 500 Shakespearean concepts. Hardback: 0 413 15940 X £1. 5 net. MM^Mm t u n. .
David Bradby, who has died of cancer aged 68, was one of the great pioneers of theatre studies in Britain. He introduced much of what has been innovative and vital in postwar French drama to British readers and theatregoers, and was responsible for a renewed focus on the director as a primary creative force in contemporary theatre. The subject was still fairly new in the 1960s – the first university degree programme in drama had been established at Bristol in 1947 – and was still finding its academic identity. One of the reasons why drama was established as its own discipline was a dissatisfaction with the overly literary emphasis of conventional approaches to theatre. In Directors' Theatre (1988), a short but important book co-written with David Williams, he made a case for the director as the author of a performance, rather than the writer.
Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New. - Very Good. Fostered by Francois Mitterand's supportive Arts policies, the 1980s have seen a florescence of French drama. This anthology offers readers their first opportunity to read in English the works of four outstanding contemporary dramatists. Michel Vinaver's Portrait of a Woman, with seventeen characters to be played by eleven actors, is an intimate study of the motives of a notorious murderess.
Bernard-Marie Koltes. Download (PDF). Читать. La nuit juste avant les forets. Combat de nègre et de chiens.
Frontline Drama 6: New French Plays (1998). Bernard-Marie Koltès: Plays I (1997). Michel Vinaver: Plays I; Plays II. (1997). Michel Vinaver: Théâtre de Chambre (1995). Landmarks of French Classical Drama (1991). New French Plays (with C. Schumacher) (1989). Dan Rebellato, "David Bradby obituary", The Guardian, 2 March 2011. "Prof David Bradby" (obituary), The Daily Telegraph, 2 March 2011. Piers Plowright, "David Bradby: Theatre scholar whose passion for French drama inspired a host of seminal books", The Independent, 25 February 2011. Sarah Cunnane, "David Bradby, 1942–2011", Times Higher Education, 27 January 2011. "David Bradby (1942–2011): A Celebration of His Life and Work", Royal Holloway, University of London.