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Albert Camus

Date of Death: January 04, 1960 (46)

Birth Place: Mondovi, ALGERIA

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Genesis Owusu Returns With New Single 'Survivor'

The song from the multi-ARIA Award winning Ghanaian Australian artist will be included as an additional track to his acclaimed sophomore album, STRUGGLER (OURNESS / AWAL). The surprise release arrives ahead of Owusu's Australian tour this December and his incredible showing at last month's ARIA Awards in Australia where he won Album of The Year.

GENESIS OWUSU: 'STRUGGLER' Named 'Album of the Year' at ARIAS

Earlier this week, STRUGGLER was named 'Album of the Year' at Australia's ARIA Awards, among other wins and Owusu was names Australian Live Act of the Year by triple j. He also just wrapped up an extensive North American tour before heading to the UK, Europe and then back home to Australia for a headline run before the new year.

Montana Repertory Theater to Host Staged Reading of CAN'T DRINK SALT WATER in Missoula

Montana Repertory Theater will present a staged reading of 'Can't Drink Salt Water,' a gripping play by indigenous playwright Kendra Mylnechuk Potter. The play explores the relentless search of a mother for her missing daughter and the journey of a young woman at an evangelical shelter for victims of sex trafficking.

Albert Camus Existential Tragedy CALIGULA Comes to Theatre33

Theatre33 has announced the upcoming production of “Caligula”, a visceral tragedy that promises to captivate audiences with its poignant message. 

A World Premiere Play, a New Bilingual Musical & More Join Atlantic Theater Company 2023-2024 Season

Get a sneak peek into the upcoming season at Atlantic Theater Company. From world premieres to bilingual musicals, stay updated on the diverse range of productions hitting the stage in the 2023-2024 season.

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: VANYA IS ALIVE, @theSpace, Symposium Hall

Vanya is Alive is inspired by letters from the frontline of the Second World War written by Natalia Lizorkina and performed by Nikolai Mulakov; both from Russia and who are currently in exile due to their anti-war positions. This brave and momentous play gives us a glimpse into the life of people who breach the ‘code of silence’ in Russia. 

Reconocen A Ana Ofelia Murguía Con La Medalla Cátedra Ingmar Bergman 2022 Por Su Amplia Trayectoria Y Legado Teatral

En reconocimiento a la trayectoria y aportaciones al quehacer artístico de nuestro país, la actriz de número Ana Ofelia Murguía, de la Compañía Nacional de Teatro del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (Inbal), a través de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, la Coordinación de Difusión Cultural UNAM y la Cátedra Extraordinaria Ingmar Bergman en Cine y Teatro, recibió la Medalla Cátedra Ingmar Bergman 2022. 

The North/South Chamber Orchestra's AMERICAN PROMISE is Now Streaming On YouTube

The North/South Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Max Lifchitz performed five recent works by living composers from the US and around the world on February 23, 2023. The performance is now available for streaming on YouTube.

Avenged Sevenfold Make Triumphant Return With New Single 'Nobody'

The triumphant track and its accompanying stop-motion video offer the first taste of the Huntington Beach, CA band's forthcoming eighth album, Life Is But a Dream..., which drops June 2. Watch the new video directed by award-winning director Chris Hopewell, for 'Nobody' now. 

Review: THE RIVER at Ensemble

What did our critic think of THE RIVER at Ensemble? In the late 1950's through the 1980s The Theatre of the Absurd theatrical movement was the intellectual rage. Based on the concept of Existentialism which asks, 'what happens when human existence lacks meaning or purpose and communication breaks down.' The structure of the plays often centered on the finishing point,, being the same as the starting point with the ultimate conclusion being silence.

The North/South Chamber Orchestra Presents AMERICAN PROMISE

The North/South Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Max Lifchitz performs five recent works by living composers from the US and around the world on Thursday evening, February 23, 2023.

Celebra La Escuela De Diseño Seis Décadas Con Muestra Académica

La exposición 60 Aniversario de la Escuela de Diseño. Proyectos de diseño gráfico 2020-2022 fue inaugurada en la Galería Alameda 

Bryan Ferry Guitarist Quist To Release New Atmospheric Album 'Breathing Space'

Quist’s forthcoming solo album “Breathing Space” was recorded in 2022, in his studio in North Hollywood, Los Angeles. It’s a chill, dreamlike sonic universe - with lush keyboards, melodic, bluesy guitar licks and atmospheric field recordings. The album drifts through calming atmospheres of dreamy sounds with layers of meditative drums.

Ronald Guttman to Star in Solo Theatrical Adaptation of ALBERT CAMUS' THE FALL at The Huron Club at Soho Playhouse

Albert Camus’ The Fall will come to life onstage as Belgian-born actor Ronald Guttman embodies the anguish of exiled Parisian lawyer Jean-Baptiste Clamence. Performances of Albert Camus’ The Fall begin October 13 at The Huron Club at Soho Playhouse, with an opening set for Wednesday, October 19, for a limited run through November 19.

Philadelphia Premiere of THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT & More Announced for Lantern Theater Company 2022/23 Season

Lantern Theater Company has announced its upcoming 2022/23 season, a return of live performance that will include an ambitious and eclectic mix of classic and contemporary work for the stage.

Lantern Theater Company Presents Lynn Nottage's FABULATION in June

Lantern Theater Company will conclude its 2021/22 Mainstage Season of live performances with the Philadelphia premiere of Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine by two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. Making her Lantern directorial debut, Amina Robinson helms a cast of Philadelphia actors in a true ensemble production, with eight actors playing nearly 30 roles.

Yale Repertory Theatre to Present BETWEEN TWO KNEES

Yale Repertory Theatre will conclude its 2022 season with Between Two Knees. The play, written by the intertribal sketch comedy troupe The 1491s and directed by Eric Ting, is presented with Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Between Two Knees will be performed May 12–June 4 at Yale Repertory Theatre (1120 Chapel Street).

Lantern Theater Company Announces Two-Week Extension Of THE PLAGUE

​​​​​​​Lantern Theater Company announced today that its American premiere digital production of The Plague, will extend its streaming run through November 21, 2021, to meet audience demand.

Sharon Corr Releases New Album 'The Fool & The Scorpion'

Multi-instrumentalist, award-winning singer songwriter Sharon Corr has released her third studio album, 'The Fool & the Scorpion'. Listen to the album and watch the music video for 'Freefall' now!

Lantern Theater Company Presents The U.S. Premiere Of THE PLAGUE

Lantern Theater Company is thrilled to continue its Fall 2021 Digital Season with an American premiere digital production of The Plague, furthering the company's mission to engage audiences with plays that investigate and illuminate what is essential in the human spirit and the spirit of the times.

Albert Camus FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Albert Camus has written 1 shows including Caligula (Playwright).

Albert Camus has been nominated for the Best Revival category at the Olivier Awards for the play "Caligula".

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