10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YSEULT»
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This collection contains the performance texts of four of their most recent and highly acclaimed shows: Tristan & Yseult, The Bacchae, The Wooden Frock and The Red Shoes.
Kneehigh Theatre, Carl Grose, Anna Maria Murphy, 2005
Unquiet spirit: essays in memory of David Thornley
No longer content to simply comment on Irish politics, in 1969 Thornley topped the polls and was elected Labour Party TD for Dublin North-west constituency. Before he lost his seat in 1977, Thornley served as an MEP for four years.
The Lovers: The Legend of Trystan and Yseult
In a historical novel based on the ancient Celtic legend of Trystan and Yseult, Gareth becomes a member of King Arthur's court and the best friend of Trystan, whose love for his uncle's beautiful wife, Yseult, traps them all in a fateful ...
Arthurian Writers: A Biographical Encyclopedia
Swinburne deliberately ignored much of the action and adventure described in
Sir Tristrem and other sources, characteristically choosing instead to focus upon
the love story of Tristram and Yseult. While the plot of ''Queen Yseult'' closely ...
Laura C. Lambdin, Robert T. Lambdin, 2008
Tristan and Isolde: A Casebook
Verlet's Yseult et Tristan (1978) is a feminist play that, as the inversion in the title
indicates, accords primary importance to Yseult in recognition of the more
important role played by women in Celtic culture and in the Irish analogues of the
When Yseult reached the bedroom, she slipped under the bed and tried not to
breathe. The sagging mattress and the sheets smelled like the shoeshine box
Papa carried around town forextramoney.“I'vegotyounow,” Manman said when ...
I'm in the Band: Backstage Notes from the Chick in White Zombie
The only woman in the band White Zombie, and the world of metal, shares her experiences during her time in the music industry.
Romantic Vision: The Novels of George Sand
In contrast to the relationship between Amaury and Josephine, passion plays no
role in the love of Pierre and Yseult. Pierre, the narrator tells us, "aimait trop pour
desirer" (353). He idealizes Yseult, treating her as an unapproachable being.
Robert Godwin-Jones, 1995
Camelot in the Nineteenth Century: Arthurian Characters in ...
(111100-08,118-20) Yseult's wounds on her feet and her neck inspire "fierce and
bitter kisses" (III 138) from Tristram, and the pain catapults their lovemaking that
evening to new heights. The reversal of sexual roles, with Yseult able to tolerate ...
Laura C. Lambdin, Robert T. Lambdin, 2000
French Women Authors: The Significance of the Spiritual ...
As Pierre completes his major project in the chapel, a beautifully sculpted
staircase winding from the ground floor up to the tribunal located just outside
Yseult's study door, Yseult has reason to believe that her grandfather would not
Kelsey Lee Haskett, Holly Faith Nelson, 2013
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «YSEULT»
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Steven Forster's Party Central: Sean Yseult opens at Scott Edwards …
Advocate photo by Steven Forster -- Scott Edwards Gallery opened Sean Yseult's “Soirée DEvolution: Tableaux Vivants et Nature Mortes,” featuring work based ... «The New Orleans Advocate, May 15»
'Tristan & Yseult' hits the club to modernize age-old story
Dominic Marsh as Tristan and Hannah Vassallo as Yseult in Kneehighs Tristan & Yseult at the Alley Theatre @ UH. Photo: St. Annâ€™s Warehouse presents ... «Houston Chronicle, May 15»
Tristan & Yseult: Nothing Is Off-limits in This Glorious Production at …
It is the Cornish-based Kneehigh's stunning production of Tristan & Yseult (2004), currently on a world tour. We mightily thank the Alley for bringing this radiant ... «Houston Press, May 15»
English company presents 'Tristan & Yseult'
The Alley is playing host, presenting the Houston debut of the admired British troupe Kneehigh Theatre, in "Tristan & Yseult," one of the company's signature ... «Houston Chronicle, Apr 15»
Swept off their feet in 'Tristan & Yseult'
What: Dominic Marsh and Hannah Vassallo are literally swept off their feet while in the throes of new love in “Tristan & Yseult”. When: “Tristan & Yseult,” ... «Boston Globe, Mar 15»
Hey, Wagner, Get Up And Dance To 'Tristan Y Yseult' At ArtsEmerson
Hannah Vassallo (Yseult), Kirsty Woodward (Whitehands), Dominic Marsh (Tristan) and Damon Daunno (Frocin) in Kneehigh's "Tristan y Yseult" at the Cutler ... «WBUR, Mar 15»
THEATER REVIEW: 'Tristan & Yseult"
But love is a dangerous and fickle thing, and when Yseult asks maid Brangian (Niall Ashdown) to bring her a love potion to help her fall in love with the king ... «San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, Feb 15»
Kneehigh's 'Tristan & Yseult' an alluring blend of myth, music
"Tristan & Yseult": In the Feb. 3 Calendar section, a headline on a review of British theater troupe Kneehigh's "Tristan & Yseult" said that the performance is ... «Los Angeles Times, Feb 15»
British theater company's 'Tristan & Yseult' thrills OC with what …
Dominic Marsh and Hannah Vassallo as the title characters in Kneehigh's “Tristan & Yseult,” adapted and directed by Emma Rice, which opened Jan. «OCRegister, Jan 15»
LA theater openings, Jan. 25-Feb. 1: Kneehigh's 'Tristan & Yseult …
Segerstrom's Off Center Festival rolls on, playwright Lily Blau shines a light on a Lewis Carroll classic at the Theatre @ Boston Court, and Britain's Kneehigh ... «Los Angeles Times, Jan 15»