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eBook Jacques Copeau’s Friends and Disciples: The Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier in New York City, 1917-1919 (Francophone Cultures and Literatures) epub
  • ISBN: 1433101661
  • Author: Thomas John Donahue
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; New edition edition (November 2, 2007)
  • Pages: 168 pages
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Francophone cultures and literatures, 1077-0186 ; v. 54. Bibliography, etc. Note . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -159) and index. Personal Name: Copeau, Jacques, 1879-1949. Corporate Name: Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

The Author: Thomas John Donahue is Professor of French at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia. in French literature from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of books on the theater of Fernando Arrabal and a semiotic approach to the theater text, as well as articles on Samuel Beckett, Antonin Artaud, and Suzanne Bing. His interests include the work of Ariane Mnouchkine, the use of the mask in actor training, and, most recently, the theater of Bernard-Marie Koltès.

Jacques Copeau (French: ; 4 February 1879 – 20 October 1949) was a French theatre director, producer, actor, and dramatist.

Jacques Copeau The theorist, director, and actor Jacques Copeau (1879-1949) established the Vieux Colombier-one of the most important theaters of the 20th century-in Paris to put his theories of theater reform into practice. Jacques Copeau was born on February 4, 1879, in Paris. The theorist, director, and actor Jacques Copeau (1879-1949) established the Vieux Colombier-one of the most important theaters of the 20th century-in Paris to put his theories of theater reform into practice. From his youth he was greatly interested in literature, poetry, and theater.

Jacques Copeau (zhäk kôpō´), 1879–1949, French theatrical producer and critic. He encouraged many young dramatists and actors and also introduced the use of symbolic scene design. See W. Fowlie, Dionysus in Paris (1960)

Vieux-Colombier Jacques Copeau's friends and disciples; the Theatre du Vieux-Colombier in New York City, 1917-1919

Theater of the Old Dovecot), a French theater founded in Paris in 1913 by the actor and director J. Copeau. A protest against vulgarity and the lack of ideological content that dominated the Parisian theater was apparent in the activity of the Vieux-Colombier. Affirming the educational and ethical significance of the theater, Copeau strove to create poetic and philosophical productions. Jacques Copeau's friends and disciples; the Theatre du Vieux-Colombier in New York City, 1917-1919.

Jacques Copeau brought the troupe of the Theatre du Vieux-Colombier to the Garrick Theatre in New York City in the fall of 1917. During the next two theater seasons, he staged more than forty different plays in repertory in French

Jacques Copeau brought the troupe of the Theatre du Vieux-Colombier to the Garrick Theatre in New York City in the fall of 1917. He experimented with the use of both the treteau nu, a bare raised platform, for some of Moliere's farces and the loggia or unit set for all his plays. Copeau's experiments with scenography mark this period as a critical moment in the evolution of stage decor both in the United States and in Europe.

Are you sure you want to remove Jacques Copeau, ou, Le mythe du Vieux-Colombier from your list? . Includes bibliographical references (p. -338) and index. Mythe du Vieux-Colombier.

Are you sure you want to remove Jacques Copeau, ou, Le mythe du Vieux-Colombier from your list? Jacques Copeau, ou, Le mythe du Vieux-Colombier. by Paul-Louis Mignon. Published 1993 by Julliard in Paris.

In a remarkable adventure, Jacques Copeau brought the troupe of the Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier to the Garrick Theatre in New York City in the fall of 1917. During the next two theater seasons, he staged more than forty different plays in repertory in French. He experimented with the use of both the tréteau nu, a bare raised platform, for some of Molière’s farces and the loggia or unit set for all his plays. Copeau’s experiments with scenography mark this period as a critical moment in the evolution of stage décor both in the United States and in Europe. Moreover, his development of a full repertory – sometimes three new plays in a week – demonstrated to the United States’ fledgling art theater movement how important a full repertory is for the actor’s continued training. Jacques Copeau’s Friends and Disciples brings to light the support Copeau received from a diverse group of personalities without whom his undertaking would not have been possible: Otto H. Kahn, financier and supporter of the arts; Mrs. Phillip Lydig, a grande dame of New York high society; Antonin Raymond, the Czech architect who renovated the Garrick Theatre; Daisy Andrews, Copeau’s tireless factotum; Louis Jouvet, stage manager, actor, and scenographer; Charles Dullin, actor, director and teacher; Suzanne Bing, a member of the troupe who embodied Copeau’s ideals; and lastly Agnès Thomsen Copeau, Copeau’s loyal wife and companion. This study places the achievement of Copeau in the context of the developments of both European and American theater at the beginning of the twentieth century.
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