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Who is Alfonso Sastre?
Alfonso Sastre is a Spanish playwright, essayist, and critic associated with the Generation of '36 movement. He was an outspoken critic of censorship during the reign of General Francisco Franco. His most noteworthy plays include Death Squad, The Gag, Death Thrust, and Tragicomedy of the Gypsy Celestina.
- also known as Salvador Alfonso Sastre, Alfonso Sastre Salvador
- born on (89 years ago) in Madrid
- nationality: Spain
- profession: Writer, screenwriter, essayist, playwright
- Marriage with Eva Forest between and (51 years)
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"Alfonso Sastre" is a book by Farris Anderson.
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by Matthew Krystal
Alfonso Sastre is a pseudonym. Nine Appropriation, Round 2: Immigrant Folkloric Dance Triton ...
Volume 2: The Americas by Arthur Holmberg, Carlos Solorzano
which was awarded an International Theatre Institute prize by a jury composed of Eugene Ionesco, Alfonso Sastre, Christopher Fry, Marc Connelly and Diego Fabbri. Quintero's Los cuentos del Decamerén (Tales of the Decameron, 1969) had a run of over 300 performances at the Teatro Estudio. Other successful works were Si llueve te mojas ...
by Howard Mancing
los Anso, Jacinto Benavente, Antonio Buero Vallejo, Benjamin James, Alfonso Paso, Alfonso Sastre, Narciso Serra, and Jose Carlos Somoza are among those most worthy of note. Elsewhere, there are interesting theatrical versions of DQ by the American Mrs. Burton (Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton) and Tennessee Williams, the English G. E. Morrison, the Portuguese Carlos Selvagem and Jose Antonio da Silva, the Russian Mikhail Bulgakov, and the Swedish August Strindberg.
by M. Keith Booker
drama ( Alfonso Sastre), poetry (Agustin Garcia Calvo, Montalban, Leopoldo Maria Panero, Eduardo Haro Ibars ...
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