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Man With Bags - Full Length Play

Man With Bags

Israel Horovitz, Eugene Ionesco, Marie-France Ionesco

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Full Length Play

7m, 7f

By Eugene Ionesco
Translated by Marie-France Ionesco
Adapted by I. Horovitz
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Full Length Play

What happens when you do go home again? When the Man of the title heads back to the land of this childhood, the notions of time, space, and memories merge to create a dreamscape of great insight, passion, and humor. Like great works of visual art, Ionesco weaves commonplace ideas, images, and observations in order to unmask complex truths, and profound ambiguities. Ioenesco's classic, adapted by Israel Horovitz.

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Israel Horovitz

Israel Horovitz

Isreal Horovitz is a playwright, director and actor. His plays have been translated and performed in as many as 30 languages, worldwide. His 70+ plays include Line (now in 38th year of continuous performance, off-Broadway, at 13th St. Repertory Theatre), The Indian Wants The Bronx (Steppenwolf: Gary Sinise & Terry Kinney), Rats, Morning, The Primary English Class, The Wakefield Plays, The ... view full profile

Eugene Ionesco

Eugene Ionesco

(born Nov. 26, 1909, Slatina, Rom.died March 28, 1994, Paris, France) was a Romanian-born French playwright. He studied in Bucharest and Paris, where he lived from 1945. His first one-act antiplay, The Bald Soprano (1950), inspired a revolution in dramatic techniques and helped inaugurate the Theatre of the Absurd. He followed it with other one-act plays in which illogical events create an ... view full profile

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