Other Plays by Reine Bartève
Bartève, Reine (French playwright, 19__-____), “Nowhere,”
a __-minute drama in English in two scenes with singing, translated by B. Kernz and L. A. Veach, set in a deserted train station, France, ____,
© 1987 by Reine Bartève;
• in Reine Bartève’s Two Plays: Nowhere, translated from the French by Bruno Kernz and Lorraine Alexander Veach; A Man with Women, translated from the French by Richard Miller (New York: UBU Repertory Theatre Publications, 1987), ISBN 0-91-913745-27-8, 90 pp.;
• rights available from source listed in Bartève anthology, possibly through Françoise Kourilsky, Artistic Director, Ubu Repertory Theater, 95 Wall Street, 21 floor, New York City, New York 10005, U.S.A., telephone 212-509-1455; fax 212-509-1635, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or possibly from Des Landes, Dickinson et Associés, 4171 Hampton, Montreal, Quebec H4A 2L1, Canada.
• Cited in Play Index, 1983-1987: An Index to 3,964 Plays, edited by Juliette Yaakov (____-____) and John Greenfieldt (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1988), ISSN 0554-3037, LCCN 64-1054, 522 pp.
_____ (m), _____; _____ (m), _____; _____ (m), _____; Marie (f), Armenian exile.
“Armenian exile in deserted French train station tries to overcome images of a haunted past.” — Yaakov and Greenfieldt, p. 22.
“An exploration of the condition of exile: Marie, an Armenian, struggles to overcome the haunting images of her past.” — Ubu Repertory Theatre Publications — Plays Catalogue, http://www.nytheatre-wire.com/ubu4.html, accessed January 30, 2002.
Armenia, exile, France, reminiscence, singing, train station.