- Tapa blanda: 264 páginas
- Editor: Warrington Publications (29 de junio de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0988969858
- ISBN-13: 978-0988969858
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
The Divine Trilogy of Sarah Bernhardt: The Life and Times of The French Actress, Sarah Bernhardt (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 29 jun 2013
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THE DIVINE TRILOGY OF SARAH BERNHARDT – Is the beginning, middle, and end of a theatrical legend, shown through a series of three plays that celebrate her life, career, loves, and twenty year friendship with Oscar Wilde. After each play a gallery of photos show the real Bernhardt as captured in her classic characters, as well as photographs of Oscar Wilde and his family and friends.
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This is actually three one-act plays each of which could stand alone and/or be offered in an evening together. The only caution I have about the challenge the script presents is the the actress playing Sarah must indeed have divine attributes on order to go to all the places emotionally and as an actor that the role demands. Parts one and three are Sarah alone "Rising' and then the 'Golden Years'. Part two introduces the incomparable Oscar Wilde to the stage. The two were evidently great friends and the treatment of each personality and how they treat one another as handled by Mr Cabell is delicious.
Historically speaking, not being an expert, I can only trust that the playwright has done his research and admirably as the roles Sarah played, her relationship to Mr Wilde, her husbands and lovers, her american tour and of course her beloved son are delved into with some startling detail and delightful, painful and personal insights.
As a book the plays are a feast and it seems that they are eminently stage worthy and would completely enrapture an audience as they do with a mere reader.
Anyone who is fortunate enough to read or see THE DIVINE TRILOGY OF SARAH BERNHARDT is in for a genuine theatrical treat.