Eugene Ionesco


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Noun1.Eugene Ionesco - French dramatist (born in Romania) who was a leading exponent of the theater of the absurd (1912-1994)
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Eugene Ionesco, the dramatist noted for his Theatre of the Absurd, said: 'Ideologies separate us.
7:30pm: Eugene Ionesco's Rhinoceros* - Join our final-year Drama students for their last theatre production as their time at Loughborough draws to a close.
A Eugene Ionesco B Louis XVI C Immanuel Kant D Rene Descartes 3.
for Trap Door Theatre's revival of "The Killer," Eugene Ionesco's absurdist drama about a man named Berenger who discovers an ideal city terrorized by a murderer that he tries to track down.
A Albert Camus B Eugene Ionesco C Paul Claudel D Moliere 2.
Performance of the tragic farce by Eugene Ionesco. January 12 until February 7.
Capturing a tumultuous time in Romanian history, it is a powerful, beautifully written story that compares well with the work of Sebastian's contemporaries Mircea Eliade and Eugene Ionesco.
Two Edinburgh International Festival shows will also be revived, singer-songwriter Karine Polwart's Wind Resistance and Zinnie Harris's new interpretation of Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco and Suhayla El-Bushra is writing a new version of Arabian Nights for the festive show.
The evening opened with a performance of "Exit the King," written by Romanian absurdist Eugene Ionesco, translated into Lebanese Arabic and directed by Fouad Naim.
Mohamed Cherchell a toujours ete influence par le dramaturge et ecrivain roumain Eugene Ionesco. Il partage sa vision dans l'experience theatrale.