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Henri-René Lenormand

(1882—1951)

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Celestino Gorostiza

Celestino Gorostiza  

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(1904–67)Mexican playwright, director, and translator, a pivotal figure in the development of the modern professional stage. In 1932 Gorostiza created the Teatro de Orientación, which for three years ...
Gaston Baty

Gaston Baty  

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(b. Pelussin, France, 26 May 1885; d. Pelussin, 13 Oct. 1952)Director. A member of the Cartel, Baty was much influenced by expressionism, the Russian ballet and puppet theatre. Not ...
Georges Pitoëff

Georges Pitoëff  

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(1884–1939) and(1895–1951)Russian-French actor, director, designer; and Russian-French actress.Georges Pitoëff's early efforts were influenced by Meyerhold, Tairov, and Komissarzhevskaya, whose ...
Horacio Peterson

Horacio Peterson  

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(1926– )Chilean-born actor and director who moved to Venezuela in 1948. As director of the Ateneo Theatre in Caracas (1952–70) he introduced classical and avant-garde works, including H. R. ...
Lenormand, Henri-René

Lenormand, Henri-René (1882–1951)   Reference library

The Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre (2 ed.)

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2003
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(1882–1951),

French dramatist, who in reaction against the realism of Antoine based his own plays on Freud, all

Lenormand, Henri‐René

Lenormand, Henri‐René (1882–1951)   Reference library

The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French

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2005
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Literature
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105 words

(1882–1951).

Best known as a dramatist and theorist of the avant‐garde French theatre of the 1920s, when his

Lenormand, Henri-René

Lenormand, Henri-René   Reference library

C. Henrik Borgstrom

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance

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2005
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(1882–1951) French playwright. Strongly influenced by the psychological dramas of Strindberg, Pirandello, and Chekhov, Lenormand felt theatre should elucidate the mysteries of ... More
Lenormand, Henri-René

Lenormand, Henri-René (3 May 1882)   Reference library

The Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre

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2010
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(b. Paris, 3 May 1882; d. Paris, 17 Feb. 1951)

Playwright. Wrote gloomy but fascinating

Pitoëff family

Pitoëff family  

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Georges [Gyorgy Pitoyev] (b. Tiflis, Georgia, 4 Sept. 1884; d. Geneva, 17 Sept. 1939), Ludmilla (b. Tiflis, 24 Dec. 1896; d. Rueil Malmaison, 15 Sept. 1951) and Sacha (b. Geneva ...

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