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Essential Gustav Klimt By Ann Kannings - Foreword, adaptation and design
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Klimt was one of the most leading representatives of Art Nouveau, the movement which extend all over Europe in the end of 19th century. His advance was stimulated by some aspects of Impressionist... More > technique; it was also determinedly eclectic, borrowing aspirations and motifs from Egyptian, Greek and Byzantine art. Although his art is now far and wide admired, it was ignored for to a large extent of the 20th century, and provoked resistance in his own day, facing charges of obscenity and objections to his calmly allusive come near to symbolism. His handling of erotic themes was as a rule delicate and veiled in his paintings, but his drawings gave full appearance to his great sexual hunger.< Less
Wreckage By Caridad Svich
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Two boys emerge from the sea and become engulfed in a world of savage longing and desire. Drawing on the Greek myth of Medea, this sharply crafted play examines the role of displaced persons... More > searching for home amidst a culture of brutality. The stylized, poetic language of US Latina playwright Caridad Svich’s theatrical landscape carves out each moment with a disconcerting precision. This new edition of the play includes an introduction by dramaturg Dan Smith and coincides with the Chicago 2011 premiere of the play at Caffeine Theatre.< Less
Wreckage By Caridad Svich
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Two boys emerge from the sea and become engulfed in a world of savage longing and desire. Drawing on the Greek myth of Medea, this sharply crafted play examines the role of displaced persons... More > searching for home amidst a culture of brutality. The stylized, poetic language of US Latina playwright Caridad Svich's theatrical landscape carves out each moment with a disconcerting precision.< Less
Wreckage By Caridad Svich
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Two boys emerge from the sea and become engulfed in a world of savage longing and desire. Drawing on the Greek myth of Medea, this sharply crafted play examines the role of displaced persons... More > searching for home amidst a culture of brutality. The stylized, poetic language of US Latina playwright Caridad Svich’s theatrical landscape carves out each moment with a disconcerting precision. This new edition of the play includes an introduction by dramaturg Dan Smith and coincides with the Chicago 2011 premiere of the play at Caffeine Theatre.< Less
Iphigenia Crash Land Falls On The Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart: A Rave Fable By Caridad Svich
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This play by US Latina playwright Caridad Svich was finalist for the 2005 PEN Award in Drama. This new edition features an introduction by Amy Littlefield. A rave fable inspired by Euripides... More > Iphigenia at Aulis, this play with music and video spins Iphigenia into dangerous orbit through an un-named Latin American country as she journeys through a meta-hell where she finds her body embraced and destroyed by a rock star named Achilles, and discovers she cannot escape a destiny set forth by myths ancient and modern.< Less
Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (a rave fable) By Caridad Svich
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This play by US Latina playwright Caridad Svich was finalist for the 2005 PEN Award in Drama. This new edition features an introduction by Amy Littlefield. A rave fable inspired by Euripides... More > Iphigenia at Aulis, this play with music and video spins Iphigenia into dangerous orbit through an un-named Latin American country as she journeys through a meta-hell where she finds her body embraced and destroyed by a rock star named Achilles, and discovers she cannot escape a destiny set forth by myths ancient and modern.< Less
Iphigenia Crash Land Falls on the Neon Shell That Was Once Her Heart (a rave fable) By Caridad Svich
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This play by US Latina playwright Caridad Svich was finalist for the 2005 PEN Award in Drama. This new edition features an introduction by Amy Littlefield. A rave fable inspired by Euripides... More > Iphigenia at Aulis, this play with music and video spins Iphigenia into dangerous orbit through an un-named Latin American country as she journeys through a meta-hell where she finds her body embraced and destroyed by a rock star named Achilles, and discovers she cannot escape a destiny set forth by myths ancient and modern.< Less
Aesop: The Sun & the Wind By Hoshi Himeno
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'Aesop: The Sun & The Wind' by Hoshi Himeno is a retelling of the classic Ancient Greek children's fable. 'The Sun & The Wind' is the first in a series of adaptations of Aesop fables by... More > artist Hoshi Himeno.< Less
The Judas Inheritance By James Collins
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An ancient curse? Desperation in the economic crisis? What is causing the suicides of so many adults and children on this small Greek island? When Chris Trelawney arrives on the island to take away... More > his late father’s belongings, he finds that he has been left little more than a mystery. Was his father mad at the time of his death, or did he actually believe that he had awakened a powerful evil? An ancient evil that now stalks the islanders, growing stronger by the day. A curse that will cause the death of everyone around Chris unless he allows himself to believe that such things exist. But when he discovers the truth, Chris realises that death is the easy option. In 2013 a motion picture adaptation of The Judas Inheritance, called The Judas Curse, was filmed in Greece. It is important to stress that film adaptations, of necessity, are often markedly different from the books on which they are based. This is the novel version of the original story before it was adapted for film.< Less
Antigone Project By Caridad Svich et al.
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ANTIGONE PROJECT is a play in five parts by Tanya Barfield, Karen Hartman, Chiori Miyagawa, 2009 Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, and Caridad Svich that reconsiders the story of Antigone from a... More > variety of rich and radical perspectives. With a preface by dramatist Lisa Schlesinger and an introduction by classics scholar Marianne McDonald, this is a unique addition to contemporary drama.< Less