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Synonyms for Goldoni

prolific Italian dramatist (1707-1793)

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Traduccion linguistica y cultural, por tanto, que recrea un universo simbolico reconocible, pese a que se trata de un libreto original de Goldoni, Buovo d' Antona, cuya accion se desarrolla en Italia, y cuyo argumento era desconocido para el publico espanol.
Goldoni, Napoli e la cultura meridionale--Giornata di Studio 9 settembre 2008--Benevento Citta Spettacolo XXIX edizione, Liguori editore: Napoli, 2012; 144 pp.
Stuart Boman of Blandford Bloodstock also parted with 210,000gns for the wildcard entry Goldoni, the winner of a Listed race on his latest start for Andrew Balding.
Norton was on Cheshire Oaks winner Good Morning Star in the Listed Race, but she could never get to grips with Goldoni and David Probert, who ran out impressive winners.
An Epsom Derby trial staged on the all-weather is a curious concept, but that should still not put anybody off from supporting Goldoni at Lingfield.
The play is a modern adaptation of a 250-year-old Italian farce by Carlo Goldoni.
the university's Goldoni Hall later tonight in the presence of minister
The classic comedy by Richard Bean is based on "The Servant of Two Masters" by Carlo Goldoni with songs by Grant Olding.
En esta ocasion, si cabe, el interes de la edicion resulta aumentado por el hecho de tratarse, no tanto de una obra -enteramente-original, sino de la adaptacion del drama jocoso de Goldoni I portentosi effetti della madre Natura.
Among other world premieres, she counts Gerald Barry's The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant at English National Opera, Luca Mosca's Signor Goldoni at La Fenice, Michel van der Aa's One, which she has toured through 11 countries, and Pascal Dusapin's Passion at the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence (and in a new production at Paris's Theatre du Champs Elysees to open the 2010/11 season).
s Teatro Goldoni, his greatest challenge at that age was running his own restaurant.
First, he reveals that Goldoni wrote all the lines for every character in the play.
Weaver opens discussing a 1781 production of a Goldoni play performed in the Convent of San Clemente in Prato that scandalized the local bishop, and then takes us back to the origins and development of theatrical practice in primarily Tuscan convents.
The tractors are manufactured by John Deere's European partner since 1986, Goldoni Technology of Modena, Italy, with Deere input.
Italy has its share of major European dramatists, notably Goldoni and Pirandello, but it has also made a substantial contribution to the development of European theatre in other ways: in the early Renaissance with its investigations into classical theatre, later with the commedia dell'arte, particularly after Goldoni moved to Paris, influencing Moliere and, later, Marivaux.