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Jean Anouilh | Jean Anouilh

steve-hauk's picture
I’ve written about it before. It’s a kind of traveler, a hobo, a place-to-placer. ``Fortune’s Way, or Notes on Art for Catholics (and Others),’’ a play I wrote, has been performed in California in staged readings in a mission (Carmel), a museum (Monterey Museum of Art), a library (Pacific Grove...
jeannette-angell's picture
One of French playwright Jean Anouilh's characters says, "It's when you understand that there's nothing left to break that you become an adult." That very loose translation is mine, but it captures the sense of the phrase. You grow up when you learn that throwing things, hitting walls,...