Citations with the tag: BRITANNICUS (Theatrical production)

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  • Abroad.
    Wolf, Matt // Variety; 11/30/98, Vol. 373 Issue 3, p73 

    Reviews the drama `Britannicus,' directed Jonathan Kent.

  • Off Broadway.
    Isherwood, Charles // Variety; 01/18/99, Vol. 373 Issue 9, p141 

    Reviews the drama `Britannicus.'

  • Poetry in Motion.
    Simon, John // New York; 01/25/99, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p51 

    Presents information on the theater plays for two of Racine's masterpieces, `Phedre' and `Britannicus.' Cast of the plays; Summary of the plays.

  • SUBGUM AMECHE.
    McCarten, John // New Yorker; 3/11/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p112 

    The article reviews several theatrical productions staged in New York including "13 Daughters," performed by Don Ameche, "Tartuffe," performed by M. Seigner, Annie Ducaux, François Chaumette and Lise Delamare and directed by Louis Seigner, and "Britannicus," performed by Robert Hirsch, Annie...

  • Britannicus.
    Wolf, Matt // Variety Movie Reviews; 11/30/1998, Issue 219, p1 

    The article reviews the theatrical production "Britannicus," directed by Jonathan Kent and starring Diana Rigg and Toby Stephens at the Albery Theatre from November 4, 1998 to December 12, 1998.

  • Britannicus.
    Rizzo, Frank // Daily Variety; 1/26/2007, Vol. 294 Issue 21, p34 

    The article reviews the play "Britannicus," starring Alfredo Narciso and Kevin O'Donnell and directed by Robert Woodruff, to be performed at the Loeb Drama Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts on January 24, 2007.

  • Bloody politics.
    Lowerisan, Jean // Gay & Lesbian Times; 10/30/2008, Issue 1088, p42 

    The article reviews the theatrical productions "Bleeding Kansas," starring David S. Humphrey and Jo Anne Glover, performed at the Diversionary Theatre and "Britannicus," starring Glynn Bedington and Rich Carrillo, directed by Miriam Cuperman, performed at the Compass Theatre in California.

  • Understanding Racine.
    Thody, Philip; Piero // Introducing Barthes; 5/ 1/2006, p82 

    The article features French dramatist, and the epitome of French classicism, Jean Racine. It indicates that in the traditional view of Racine, he knew exactly what he was doing with every word he wrote and rejoiced in the discipline of literary rules. As a highly successful writer of tragedies,...

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