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Gabriele d'Annunzio A Spring Morning's Dream (1897), Translated by Anthony Oldcorn Filippo Tommaso Marinetti Connecting Vessels (1916), Translated by Jane House They Are Coming (1915), Translated by Victoria Nes Kirby Feet (1915), Translated by Victoria Nes Kirby Ettore Petrolini Fortunello (1915), Translated by Jane House Music for Fortunello Raffaele Viviani Via Toleda by Night (1918), Translated from the Neopolitan-Italian by Martha King Music for Via Toledo by Night Pier Maria Rosso di San Secondo Puppets of Passion (1918), Translated by Jane House Federigo Tozzi The Casting (1919), Translated by Gisolfi D'Aponte and Jane House Massimo Bontempelli, Translated by Anthony Oldcorn Dea by Dea (1925), Translated by Anthony Oldcorn Music for Dea by Dea Achille Campanile The Inventor of the Horse (1925), Translated by Laurence Senelick Italo Svevo With Guilded Pen (1926), Translated by Anthony Oldcorn Alternative Versions and Dialogue Fragments Luigi Pirandello Why? (1892), Translated by Jane House Tonight We Improvise (1930), Translated, with notes, by J. Douglas Campbell and Leonard G. Sbrocchi Eduardo De Filippo The Nativity Scene (1931-36), Translated and adapted from the Neapolitan-Italian by Anthony Molino with Paul F Alternate Version of Act 3, Translated by Anthony Molino Ugo Betti Crime on Goat Island (1946), Translated by Henry Reed Alberto Savinio Emma B. Widow Jocasta (1949), Translated by Martha King Bibliography Contributors
This volume of Twentieth-Century Italian Drama covers the period spanning from the end of the nineteenth century to that immediately following World War II, displaying the rich breadth of Italian theater in the modern age, from the comedic legacy carried on by such writers as Eduardo De Filippo to the delicate tragedy of playwrights like Federigo Tozzi.Included are seven full-length plays, five one-act plays, one variety sketch, and three futurist sintesi (sketches). Brief introductions preceding each play contextualize the piece within the various movements in Italian theater, and biographies of the editors and translators appear at the end of the volume. An extensive bibliography offers many suggestions for further reading in English.The playwrights included are Gabriele D'Annunzio, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Ettore Petrolini, Raffaele Viviani, Pier Maria Rosso di San Secondo, Federigo Tozzi, Massimo Bontempelli, Achille Campanile, Italo Svevo, Luigi Pirandello, Eduardo De Filippo, and Ugo Betti.
Jane House is an accomplished performer who has worked on and off Broadway as well as in film and television. She currently teaches at Lehman College of CUNY and New York University. Antonio Attisani is Associate Professor of Theater History at the University of Venice School of Literature. A respected Italian theater critic, he has previously edited an encyclopedia of twentieth-century theater around the world.