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A theatre for Niobe

A theatre for Niobe

the rebirth of a regal room in the Uffizi

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Published by Giunti, Firenze musei in Florence, Italy .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sala della Niobe (Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy),
  • Art, Italian -- Italy -- Florence -- 18th century,
  • Art -- Conservation and restoration -- Italy -- Florence,
  • Niobe (Greek mythology) -- Art,
  • Art -- Italy -- Florence

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Antonio Natali, Antonella Romualdi.
    GenreArt
    ContributionsNatali, Antonio., Romualdi, Antonella., Galleria degli Uffizi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN6921.F7 T43 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination335 p. :
    Number of Pages335
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24053866M
    ISBN 109788809742789
    LC Control Number2009420671

    The Theatre Book Prize was established to celebrate the Jubilee of the Society for Theatre Research (founded in Britain in ), and to encourage writing and publication of books on theatre history and practice—both those that present the theatre of the past and those that record contemporary theatre for the future. It was first awarded in for the best new theatre title published in English during   Theatre Uncut was a national phenomenon, bringing together some of the UK's leading dramatists to protest and respond to the largest cuts to public spending since WWII. On March 19th, in halls across the country, youth groups, university drama societies, schools, am-dram societies & community groups performed 8 new short plays from some of the 5/5(2).

      A book on theatre by David Mamet is bound to contain some pithy observations on the nature of theatre, acting, and directing. And from that POV this book doesn't disappoint. But Mamet can be a bit pompous at times/5(22). In Greek mythology, Niobe (Νιόβη) was the daughter of the semi-legendary ruler Tantalus, called the "Phrygian" and sometimes even as "King of Phrygia" Tantalus ruled in Sipylus, a city located at the western end of city has the same name than the mountain on which it was founded (Mount Sipylus) and of which few traces remain, and not in the traditional heartland of Phrygia.

    After taking his place on stage and giving the usual introduction he announced via the ex-consul Cluvius Rufus that he would sing ‘Niobe’, which he did, until early evening, deferring the prize-giving for the event and postponing the rest of the contest until the following year, to provide another opportunity for singing.   Niobe, Regina di Tebe (Opera): Newell Jenkins and his group perform Agostino Steffani opera 'Niobe, Regina di Tebe' at Alice Tully Hall; it is Amer premiere of, opera, written in ; John.


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