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Angelique Rockas, Emma, Het Kamp Griselda Gambaro

Angelique Rockas (Boksburg, 31 augustus 1951) is een Zuid-Afrikaans-Grieks theater-, film- en televisieactrice, producent en activist, het meest opvallend om Londen in de jaren tachtig kennis te laten maken met zijn multi-raciale en multinationale theaterproducties. Rockas richtte Internationalist Theatre in het Verenigd Koninkrijk op met beschermheer Athol Fugard. Het theater bevatte multi-raciale afgietsels in klassieke toneelstukken en verbrak rassenbarrières die eens geaccepteerde normen waren voor theatervoorstellingen.[1]

Acteercarrière[bewerken | brontekst bewerken]

Haar podiumrollen omvatten Euripides' Medea bij Theatro Technis,[2][3][4][5] Emma in Het kamp van Griselda Gambaro,[6][7][8][9] 'Freule Julie' van August Strindberg,[10][11] en Miriam in Tennessee Williams' In de kroeg van een hotel in Tokio.[12][13][14] beide regisseerd door Alkis Kritikos en Lady Macbeth in Macbeth,

Rockas filmrollen omvatten Henrietta in The Witches (De Heksen) van Nicolas Roeg, onderhoudsvrouw in Outland (Peter Hyams), en Nereida in Oh Babylon (Costas Ferris).

Op de Griekse tv heeft ze mevrouw Ortiki gespeeld in Emmones Ideesregisseerd door Thodoros Maragos.

Internationalis Theater[bewerken | brontekst bewerken]

Voor het Internationalist Theater dat ze produceerde:

Archief[bewerken | brontekst bewerken]

  • British Library [1]
  • Scottish Theatre Archive University of Glasgow [2][3]
  • BFI [4]
  • [5] Bertolt-Brecht-Archiv Akademie der Künste Informationen zu Angelique Rockas Gründerin der Theatercompagnie Internationalist Theatre

Externe links[bewerken | brontekst bewerken]

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Referenties[bewerken | brontekst bewerken]

  1. https://hellenism.net/greece/famous-greeks/interviews/angelique-rockas/
  2. Ned Chaillet, Review of Medea. The Times retrieved from Gale (Jan 1982) – via Internet Archive.
  3. RS Rosemary Say, Womens` Worlds review of Medea. The Sunday Telegraph pg.12 from the Telegraph Historical Archives from Gale (24 January 1982) – via archive.org.
  4. RS Rosemary Say, Womens` Worlds review of Medea. The Sunday Telegraph pg.12 from Telegraph Historical Archives from Gale (24 January 1982) – via archive.org.
  5. Live performance of Angelique Rockas as Medea. Medea (24 January 1982) – via Internet Archive.
  6. Tom Vaughan, The Camp review ` Searing and of great power`. Morning Star (1981) – via Internet Archive.
  7. JISC Journal Archives : Viewer. JISC Journal Archives. Geraadpleegd op 18 oktober 2018.
  8. Ann Morey, BBC Latin American The Camp Multi Racial And Multi National. Griselda Gambaro The Camp (1981) – via Internet Archive.
  9. Ann Morey, BBC Latin American The Camp Multi Racial And Multi National. BBC Latin American Service page 2 (26 October 1981) – via Internet Archive.
  10. Heather Walker, Angelique Rockas: bold theatre pioneer. The South African (August 2011) – via Internet Archive.
  11. Jo Stanley, Profound conflict. Morning Star (2 February 1984) – via archive.org.
  12. Lindsay Anderson, In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel (5 May 1983) – via archive.org.
  13. Dirk de Villers, Angelique`s Spellbinding Performance. The Star (May 1983) – via Internet Archive.
  14. Dirk De Villiers, Review `IN the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel: Dynamic Rockas Hailed`. Pretoria News (17 May 1983) – via Internet Archive.
  15. Jean Genet, Internationalist Theatre Production of The Balcony. The Balcony (April 1982) – via theatricalia.com.
  16. Second Show by Genet retrieved from British Newspaper Archive. The Stage (9 de abril de 1981) – via Internet Archive.
  17. Ann Morley-Priestman, Taylormade Theatre The Balcony retrieved from British Newspaper Archive. The Stage (23 de julio de 1981) – via Internet Archive.
  18. Rosemary Burton, The Balcony. The Covent Garden Courrier (12July 1981) – via Internet Archive.
  19. Christopher Hudson, The Balcony listing. The New Standard (3 de julio de 1981) – via Internet Archive.
  20. Griselda Gambaro, Internationalist Theatre Production of The Camp. The Camp (October 1981) – via theatricalia.com.
  21. Jenny Vaughan (February 1982). Review of The Camp (El Campo) (115): 46–47.
  22. Ann Morley-Priestman, The Camp retrieved from British Newspaper Archive. The Stage (19 de noviembre de 1981) – via Internet Archive.
  23. Bertholt Brecht, Internationalist Theatre Production of Mother Courage and Her Children. Mother Courage and Her Children (March 1982) – via theatricalia.com.
  24. Peter Hepple, Art of Keeping Alive retrieved from British Newspaper Archive. The Stage (13 May 1982) – via Internet Archive.
  25. Christopher Hudson, Letting Mother Take the Load retrieved from ES Media. TheStandard (May 1982) – via Internet Archive.
  26. Tom Vaughan, Rising to Brecht`s Heights retrieved from Morning Star paper archives. The Morining Star (May 1982) – via Internet Archive.
  27. Luigi Pirandello, Internationalist Theatre Production of iola. Liola (July 1982) – via theatricalia.com.
  28. 'piace a Londra Liola in teatro. Corriere della Serra (20 de julio de 1982) – via Internet Archive.
  29. Harold Atkins, Deceit in a Sicilian village. The Daily Telegraph (28 de julio de 1982) – via Internet Archive.
  30. Tennessee Williams, Internationalist Theatre Production of In the Bar of a Tpkyo Hotel. In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel (May 1983) – via theatricalia.com.
  31. Ann Nugent, Battle for Riches review of Tokyo Bar retrieved from British Newspaper Archives. The Stage (14th July) – via Internet Archive.
  32. Poster of `In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel` with Cast and Crew. Internationalist Theatre (July1983) – via Internet Archive.
  33. August Strindberg, Internationalist Theatre Production of Miss Julie. Miss Julie (January 1984) – via theatricalia.com.
  34. RB Marriott, Review of Miss Julie retrieved from British Newspaper archive. The Stage (2 de febrero de 1984) – via Internet Archive.
  35. Jo Stanley, Profound Conflict review of Miss Julie retrieved from Morning Star paper archives. The Stage (2 de febrero de 1984) – via Internet Archive.
  36. Maxim Gorky, Production of Enemies. Enemies (March 1985) – via theatricalia.com.
  37. Tom Vaughan, Review of Enemies. The Morning Star (26 de marzo de 1985) – via Internet Archive.
  38. Barney Bardsley, Review of Enemies. City Limits (March 1985) – via Internet Archive.
  39. BBC Russian Service, Broadcast transcript of review of Enemies. BBC Russian service (March 1985) – via Internet Archive.
  40. Paul Lewenstein, review of Enemies. Camden News Journal (March 1985) – via Internet Archive.