Clifford Odets

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United States playwright (1906-1963)


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Out of this artistic outpouring came works that were to have a lasting popularity, such as Waiting for Lefty by Clifford Odets.
3) (Incidentally, one can argue that Garfield's screen persona evolved and became defined through collaborations with various screen and theatre artists; most notably, Polonsky, Clifford Odets and Robert Rossen.
La obra teatral Muchacha del campo, de Clifford Odets, dirigida por Dimitrios Sarras, fue la primera obra en la que Blanca Sanchez participo junto con Miguel Corcega y Sergio Bustamante, en 1962.
Rainer is said to have married playwright Clifford Odets in the living room.
Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Edgar Lee Masters, Clifford Odets, Hamilton Basso, Sherwood Anderson, Paul Green, and Olive Tilford Dargan.
Succeeding chapters in Beyond the Golden Door trace how these dynamics develop throughout the twentieth century in works by Elmer Rice, Gertrude Berg, Clifford Odets, Arthur Miller, Paddy Chayefsky, Neil Simon, Alfred Uhry, Wendy Wasserstein, and Tony Kushner, among others.
Among the featured playrights are Adrienne Kennedy, Clifford Odets, Suzan-Lori Parks, Robert Patrick, Sung J.
Their influences are a who's who of independent theatre notables, like left-leaning playwrights George Bernard Shaw and Bertolt Brecht, along with Clifford Odets and the Group Theater of 1930s New York, and Dario Fo's Italian theatrical collectives.
Long under the spell of radical writers such as Dalton Trumbo and Clifford Odets, Hollywood was "a town that welcomed Daniel Ortega of the Sandinista junta but never took up the cause of a single Soviet or Eastern European dissident.
See this negative judgment of the play's ending in the treatments of it by Gabriel Miller, Clifford Odets [NY: Continuum, 1989]; Gerald Weales, Odets: The Playwright [NY: Methuen, 1985]; Malcolm Goldstein, The Political Stage: American Drama and the Theater of the Great Depression [NY: Oxford University Press, 1974]; Gerald Rabkin, Drama and Commitment: Politics in the American Theatre of the Thirties [Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1964]; R.
Her leading men included Cary Grant in None But the Lonely Heart (1944) directed by Clifford Odets, and Gary Cooper in Task Force (1948).
Miller also disliked the overlong psychoanalytic biography of Clifford Odets by Margaret Brenman-Gibson and cut the comment that "[begin strikethrough] "He'd 'rather shoot himself than become as deluded as Odets--though the deluded don't recognize their delusions
When he brings up Sweet Smell of Success, it is to focus--at fascinating length--on the screen-writing genius of Clifford Odets as, by a tortuous process, he shapes a rudimentary episode into the classic 21 Club sequence, that most Shakespearean of movie scenes.
All My Sons tapped into an anti-capitalist milieu inspired by the playwright Clifford Odets and others.
Any number of modern American playwrights are Jewish--from Lillian Hellman and Arthur Miller to David Mamet and Tony Kushner--but almost none of them, with the possible exception of Clifford Odets of Awake and Sing