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Krapp’s Last Tape, Not I, That Time, & A Piece of Monologue - Samuel Beckett Audiobook Online Download, Free Audio Book Torrent, 83664

Krapp’s Last Tape, Not I, That Time, & A Piece of Monologue - Samuel Beckett Category: Literature, Plays & Theater Language: EnglishKeywords: Literature Theatre Shared by:ssitimefill Krapp's Last Tape, Not I, That Time, & A Piece of Monologue - Samuel Beckett Written by Samuel Beckett Read by Jim Norton, Juliet Stevenson, John Moffatt, Peter Marinker Format: MP3 Bitrate: 64 Kbps Dramatization Listening Length: 1 hour and 27 minutes These four works show Samuel Beckett at his most penetrating. Both Krapp’s Last Tape (1958) and Not I (1972) are among the most striking pieces written for the theatre in the 20th century. An old man sits at a table, playing back old tapes made when he was younger, mixed glimpses of past feelings. In Not I, we have just a mouth expressing memories and torment in a torrent of words. That Time and A Piece of Monologue are less well-known, but express the Beckettian concerns of introspection, memory, and hopelessness in different ways, yet always with sympathy for the human condition. Though written for the stage, these four monodramas are even more penetrating in the enclosed, intimate medium of the audiobook.

Elliott Gould – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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Elliott Gould Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Elliott Gould Gould em Junho de 2009 Nome completo Elliott Goldstein Nascimento 29 de agosto de 1938 (79 anos) New York Estados Unidos Ocupação Actor Cônjuge Barbra Streisand (1963 - 1971) Jennifer Bogart (1978 a 1989 – divorciado) IMDb: (inglês) Elliott Gould, nascido Elliott Goldstein (New York, 29 de Agosto de 1938) é um ator norte-americano de origem judaica que trabalha em Hollywood desde a década de 1960. Muito conhecido por seu personagem "Trapper John" McIntyre, um cirurgião na série televisa MASH, chegou a ser indicado para o Oscar por sua participação na comédia Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, de 1969. Em 2001, estrelou Ocean's Eleven ao lado de George Clooney e Brad Pitt interpretando Reuben Tishkoff, um ex-dono de cassino que resolve se juntar a uma gangue de trapaceiros. Conhecido também por fazer o papel de Jack Geller, pai de Monica e Ross no seriado Friends, que acabou em 2004. Ícone de esboço Este artigo sobre um ator ou atriz de cinema é um esboço. Você pode ajudar a Wikipédia expandindo-o.

Harold Pinter – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Harold Pinter Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Harold Pinter Medalha Nobel Nascimento 10 de outubro de 1930 Hackney, Londres Morte 24 de dezembro de 2008 (78 anos) Londres Nacionalidade britânico Ocupação Dramaturgo, romancista, poeta, ativista político Influências Lista [Expandir] Prêmios Nobel prize medal.svg Nobel de Literatura (2005) Prémio Franz Kafka 2005 Gênero literário Modernista, teatro do absurdo, pós-Modernismo Magnum opus Teatro Página oficial HaroldPinter.Org Procurar imagens disponíveis Harold Pinter CH, CBE (Hackney, Londres, 10 de outubro de 1930 — Londres, 24 de dezembro de 2008) foi um ator, diretor, poeta, roteirista, e certamente um dos grandes dramaturgos do século XX, além de destacado e incômodo ativista político britânico. Foi um dos grandes representantes do teatro do absurdo junto com Samuel Beckett e Eugène Ionesco. Recebeu o Nobel de Literatura de 2005 e o prêmio Companion of Honour da Rainha da Inglaterra pelos serviços prestados à literatura.

Gerald T - Member Reviews - TripAdvisor

I'm a theatre director and playwright who has spent his life in the United States, England, Brazil and Germany. After graduating as a reader of philosophy at the British Museum Reading Room, I began my life in the theater at Ellen Stewart's La MaMa E.T.C. in New York City. During this period I also became an illustrator for the Op-Ed page of the New York Times while conducting workshops at the theater where I adapted and directed world premieres of Samuel Beckett's prose and dramatic pieces. In the early 80s, I began working with Beckett himself in Paris (after a lot of correspondence had been exchanged between us for almost two years), adapting new fiction by the author. Of these, the more notorious were All Strange Away and That Time starring the Living Theatre founder, Julian Beck in his only stage acting role outside of his own company. Shortly thereafter, I began a long-term partnership with composer Philip Glass. I'm still active in the theater and opera worldwide

Ellen's Blog: The 60's

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Wednesday, July 26, 2006 The 60's La MaMa was created in 1961... In August 1962 Michael Locascio wrote A Corner of the Morning. It was La MaMa’s first original play to be performed. Harold Pinter allowed La MaMa to produce his work in America for the first time in October 1962. The play was The Room, directed by John Chace. In December 1962 La MaMa produced its first opera, created and conducted by Anthony Keller. The production was entitled The Flood.

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Ellen's Blog: The 60's

10 comments: tadeu said... Ellen , i met you in 1982 when you came to brazil. tadeu filippini p.s. two months ago i did send some emails to gerald thomas 3:16 AM tadeu said... p.s. my email address is correiodotadeu@gmail.com 3:18 AM

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ZECORA URA Theatre Network - THE DRIFT Project no Brasil

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PARA-ACTIVE Theatre Company & ZECORA URA Theatre no Brasil em parceria com LUME Teatro, Grupo Moitará e Ana Kfouri

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ELLEN STEWART Peg Yorkin Kitty Carlisle Hart Ellen Stewart is the founder of La Mama Etc., the quintessential off-Broadway house that has nurtured some of theater's most important talents. She herself has staged, composed and directed countless productions. Stewart created La Mama in 1961 and to this day it continues to be of great importance to world culture. Its resident theater troupes have performed throughout the world and the La Mama home on East 4th Street in Manhattan has hosted artists from more than seventy countries. Now in her eighties, Stewart's energy is as boundless as ever--she commutes between the theater in New York and the artist residency she founded in Spoleto Italy. Stewart is the recipient of many honorary doctorates and awards, including the MacArthur "Genius" award. QUOTE: "I never had self-doubt. I was always taught by my mama that I'm on an island and there's not a soul on the island but me. And so whatever gets done, I have to do it. That's the way I was brought up. So I never thought about self-doubt. But anything that I've wanted to do, I always believed that somehow - I believe in the somehow - that I could find a way to do it