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Birth Place: FRANCE
 

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La Secretaría De Cultura Y El INBAL Conmemoran El Día Mundial Del Arte Photo La Secretaría De Cultura Y El INBAL Conmemoran El Día Mundial Del Arte
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 14, 2021

La Secretar√≠a de Cultura y el Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL) conmemoran el D√≠a Mundial del Arte, que desde hace dos a√Īos se celebra el 15 de abril, cuando la Organizaci√≥n de las Naciones Unidas para la Educaci√≥n, la Ciencia y la Cultura (UNESCO) lo proclam√≥, durante su 40¬ļ Conferencia General, con el objetivo de recordar el papel fundamental de las artes en el desarrollo integral de las y los seres humanos.¬†

BWW Review: THER√ąSE RAQUIN  at YES 24 STAGE 2, The  Tragedy of Those Who Wanted More Photo BWW Review: THER√ąSE RAQUIN at YES 24 STAGE 2, The Tragedy of Those Who Wanted More
by Jimin Lee - Jul 29, 2019

a?oePutrida?? was the word used in a review of Emile Zola's novel, THER√ąSE RAQUIN in the newspaper Le Figaro. When the innovative novel was first published in 1867, readers were shocked at the explicit illustration of adultery and murder, therefore the novel was considered scandalous and leading to the description of being a?oeputrid.a?? However, as the 21st century approached and the novel was adapted into a stage production, THER√ąSE RAQUIN began to gain popularity, performed into different productions throughout the world. The play adaption was frequently performed by many theatrical companies and students in South Korea. However, it was in early May that one theatrical company announced that they will perform the first Korean musical production. The all-new musical version of THER√ąSE RAQUIN premiered on June 19th at Yes 24 Stage 2.

Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival tp Feature 3-Concert Residency of The Miro Quartet Photo Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival tp Feature 3-Concert Residency of The Miro Quartet
by Julie Musbach - Jul 22, 2019

The culminating week of Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival's (CCCMF) 40th anniversary season as Cape Cod's premiere presenter of summer chamber music brings a trio of concerts with the residency of The Miro Quartet.

Nobel Prize-Winner Luigi Pirandello's NAKED Begins At The Unicorn Theatre, Today Photo Nobel Prize-Winner Luigi Pirandello's NAKED Begins At The Unicorn Theatre, Today
by BWW News Desk - Sep 27, 2018

Written by Nobel Prize Award-winner Luigi Pirandello, in a new version by Nicholas Wright, Naked begins performances Today, September 27 at 7pm at The Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, MA. Opening night is set for Saturday, September 29 at 7pm. Directed by Eric Hill (BTG: At Home at the Zoo, The Homecoming, Poe), the production features: David Adkins (Homeland BTG: The Petrified Forest, At Home at the Zoo) as Alfredo Cantavalle; Haley Aguero (BTG: Tarzan, The Music Man) as Emma; James Barry (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson BTG: The Caretaker, The Who's Tommy) as Franco Laspiga; Jeffrey Doornbos (A Thousand Miles Behind) as Consul Grotti; Tara Franklin (Sleep No More BTG: At Home at the Zoo, The Homecoming) as Ersilia Drei; Barbara Sims (A Streetcar Named Desire BTG: Benefactors) as Signora Onoria; and Obie and Drama Desk Award-winner, Rocco Sisto (The King and I BTG: The Homecoming) as Ludovico Nota. This production is sponsored by Lead Sponsor, Bobbie Hallig; Furlano and Arace, PC; The Westifeld News Group; Massachusetts Cultural Council and The Shubert Foundation.

Nobel Prize-Winner Luigi Pirandello's NAKED Begins At The Unicorn Theatre, 9/27 Photo Nobel Prize-Winner Luigi Pirandello's NAKED Begins At The Unicorn Theatre, 9/27
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 4, 2018

Written by Nobel Prize Award-winner Luigi Pirandello, in a new version by Nicholas Wright, Naked begins performances Thursday, September 27 at 7pm at The Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge, MA. Opening night is set for Saturday, September 29 at 7pm. Directed by Eric Hill (BTG: At Home at the Zoo, The Homecoming, Poe), the production features: David Adkins (Homeland BTG: The Petrified Forest, At Home at the Zoo) as Alfredo Cantavalle; Haley Aguero (BTG: Tarzan, The Music Man) as Emma; James Barry (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson BTG: The Caretaker, The Who's Tommy) as Franco Laspiga; Jeffrey Doornbos (A Thousand Miles Behind) as Consul Grotti; Tara Franklin (Sleep No More BTG: At Home at the Zoo, The Homecoming) as Ersilia Drei; Barbara Sims (A Streetcar Named Desire BTG: Benefactors) as Signora Onoria; and Obie and Drama Desk Award-winner, Rocco Sisto (The King and I BTG: The Homecoming) as Ludovico Nota. This production is sponsored by Lead Sponsor, Bobbie Hallig; Furlano and Arace, PC; The Westifeld News Group; Massachusetts Cultural Council and The Shubert Foundation.

Triad Stage Presents World Premiere of Southern Noir THE PASSION OF TERESA RAE KING Photo Triad Stage Presents World Premiere of Southern Noir THE PASSION OF TERESA RAE KING
by Stephi Wild - Apr 18, 2018

Triad Stage's Founding Artistic Director Preston Lane continues to mine the dramatically rich fictional town of Hawboro, North Carolina in this explosive World Premiere drama. Loosely based on Emile Zola's Therese Raquin, Playwright/Director Lane's modern tale focuses on Teresa Rae King, a young woman trapped in a loveless marriage; disappointed by her husband and terrorized by her gorgon mother-in-law, Teresa Rae finally discovers true passion in the arms of Levon, an ex-con. Their plot to free Teresa Rae produces harrowing results pushing them to madness. Sarah Hankins (The Queen's Company) leads the cast of seven -- Melat Ayalew, Patrick M. Ball (Sex with Strangers), Madeline Fox, Beth Glover (Cinderella, Take Me Along), Lorin Kaplan and Stanton Nash (Wicked).

Two New Installments of Award-Winning BLOOD ON THE STAGE Series Coming this Fall Photo Two New Installments of Award-Winning BLOOD ON THE STAGE Series Coming this Fall
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 15, 2017

Amnon Kabatchnik's celebrated Blood on the Stage series will grow by two volumes this Fall with the release of two new installments:  Blood on the Stage: 1600-1800 and Blood on the Stage: 1800-1900. Published by Rowman & Littlefield, Blood on the Stage: 1600-1800 and Blood on the Stage: 1800-1900 will be available nationwide in late August 2017 and late September 2017 respectively.

Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 4/22/2017
by - Apr 22, 2017

BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 4/22/2017.

Emmy Winner Peter Scolari to Star Alongside Max von Essen in THE DREYFUS AFFAIR at BAM
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2017

Ensemble for the Romantic Century's Executive Artistic Director, Eve Wolf, is proud to announce that Emmy Winner Peter Scolari (HBO's Girls) has just joined the cast of The Drefyus Affair at BAM in the role of Emile Zola.

John Casperson Shares The Butterfly Effect: Flutters of Wisdom and Kindness'
by Christina Mancuso - Jan 10, 2017

John Casperson, a philosopher, traveler, devoted writer and author, has completed his new book 'The Butterfly Effect: Flutters of Wisdom and Kindness': a gripping and potent book that exposes the economic, political, and religious nostrums that preclude one from realizing the basic premise that all humans have a universal spiritual common denominator; of one divine Source, that is shared.

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BWW TV: Get a First Listen at the Broadway-Bound 'N THE QUEEN OF PARIS'
by Alan Henry - Sep 23, 2014

Canadian-based Monlove Enterprises today announced that tickets to the world premiere of N THE QUEEN OF PARIS at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto will go on sale on September 24, 2014. The new musical, which will open exactly one year later, was inspired by the Champagne atmosphere and rags-to-riches romance of Emile Zola's classic novel Nana with its gaslight glimpses into the backstage world of Parisian theatres, 'Joie de vivre' and courtesans' salons.


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How many shows has Emile Zola written?
Emile Zola has written 1 shows including Thou Shalt Not (Source Material).