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  1. Fo Plays: 1: Mistero Buffo; Accidental Death…; Trumpets and Raspberries; Virtuous Burglar; One Was Nude… (Methuen Contemporary Dramatists) by Dario Fo, Stuart Hood, 1992-03-09
  2. Accidental Death of an Anarchist: Methuen Student Edition (Methuen Drama) by Dario Fo, 2004-04-01
  3. Johan Padan and the Discovery of the Americas by Dario Fo, 2001-04-27
  4. We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay! And Other Works: The Collected Plays of Dario Fo, Volume One by Dario Fo, 2000-05-01
  5. My First Seven Years (Plus a Few More): A Memoir by Dario Fo, 2006-10-03
  6. File on Fo (Writer-Files)
  7. Mistero Buffo: The Collected Plays of Dario Fo, Volume 2 by Dario Fo, Ron Jenkins, 2005-12-01
  8. Morte accidentale di un anarchico by Dario Fo, 1997-12-15
  9. Dario Fo: Revolutionary Theatre by Tom Behan, 2000-01-01
  10. The Tricks of the Trade (Theatre Arts (Routledge Paperback)) by Dario Fo, 1991-05-23
  11. Fo Plays: 2: Can't Pay? Won't Pay!, Elizabeth, The Open Couple, and An Ordinary Day (Methuen World Classics) (v. 2) by Dario Fo, 2004-04-01
  12. Dario Fo: Stage, Text, and Tradition
  13. Dario Fo by Dario Fo, Tony Mitchell, 2000-09-01
  14. Gli Imbianchini Non Hanno Ricordi: Farsa Per Clown (Facili letture) (Italian Edition) by Dario Fo, 1996-07-01

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A Woman Alone and Other Plays (Methuen Modern Plays), Dario Fo Plays 1 (Methuen Contemporary Dramatists), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Methuen Drama), Master Breasts
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  • A Woman Alone And Other Plays- Franca Rame and Dario Fo
A Woman Alone and Other Plays (Methuen Modern Plays)
Franca Rame , Dario Fo , Gillian Hanna , Ed Emery , and Christopher Cairns
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  • ASIN: Book Description Customer Reviews: A Woman Alone And Other Plays- Franca Rame and Dario Fo This volume contains 20 monologues. With Dario Fo's satirical wit and Franca Rame's ability to produce real-life situations, this book is a must-read for all interested in the dramatic arts. A Woman Alone, the title monologue, is arguably the most brilliant of Fo and Rame's combined efforts. It is the story of Sharon, a woman imprisoned in her flat by her husband after committing adultery with a boy young enough to be her son. The monolgue is expressed through Sharon speaking to her neighbour in the next block of industrial flats. On the outside it appears that Sharon is well provided by her husband, Bryan, with all the material possesions she could ever need. But on the inside her life is empty. Though the title suggests that Sharon is
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    3. Dario Fo - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Fo, Dario Alternative names Short description Italian satirist, playwright Date of birth March 24, 1926 Place of birth Sangiano, Italy Date of death Place of death
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    Influences Bertholt Brecht Antonio Gramsci Dario Fo (born March 24, 1926) is an Italian satirist playwright theater director ... actor , and composer . He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1997. His dramatic work employs comedic methods of the ancient Italian commedia dell'arte , a theatrical style popular with the proletarian classes. Father of the writer Jacopo Fo , he currently owns and operates a theatre company with his wife, the leading actress Franca Rame
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    5. Online NewsHour: Nobel Prize For Literature: Dario Fo -- October 9, 1997
    Two theatre experts discuss Fo s contribution to world literature and his capacity for epic clowning.
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    THE PLAY IS THE THING
    October 9, 1997
    TRANSCRIPT Italian playwright Dario Fo has won the Nobel prize for literature. The Swedish Academy cited the 71-year-old writer and actor for using laughter to open our eyes to injustices in society. His controversial works were denounced by the Vatican and barred from the United States. Two theater experts discuss his contribution to world literature, and his capacity for "epic clowning." A RealAudio version of this segment is available. NEWSHOUR LINKS: Former Nobel Prize winner Jose Ramos-Horta Browse the NewsHour's coverage of OUTSIDE LINKS The Nobel Foundation ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH: The art of Italian playwright Dario Fo is rooted in a very old comic tradition as John Tatlin of Independent Television News reports. A playwright with a very political message. JOHN TATLIN, ITN: Dario Fo, acting here in one of his own plays, was described the judge as emulating the jesters of the Middle Ages in scourging authority and upholding the dignity of the downtrodden. He's an unexpected choice, not least because he's a playwright but a popular one. He's more widely known than some recent Nobel Prize winners. He's still writing copiously, but his heyday was in the 70's when he wrote "The Accidental Death of an Anarchist," and "Can't Pay, Won't Pay." They both had strong political messages.

    6. Fo, Dario - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Fo, Dario
    Fo, Dario (1926– ) Italian dramatist and actor. His plays are predominantly political satires combining black humour with slapstick. They include Morte accidentale di un
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    7. Fo, Dario - Principal Works: Drama Criticism
    PRINCIPAL WORKS PLAYS. Il dito nell'occhio A Finger in the Eye 1953. I sani da legare A Madhouse for the Sane 1954. Ladri, monachini e donne nude Thieves, Dummies, and Naked Women
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    8. Dario Fo (1926 - )
    Biography of Italian playwright Dario Fo, plus links to all of his works currently in print.
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    Dario Fo A popular and controversial playwright, actor and director, Dario Fo has earned international acclaim for his political satires and farces. Often considered the rightful heir of Aristophanes , Fo has led the field in political satire in Europe for over thirty years. The main targets of his ideologically inspired attacks have been capitalism, imperialism and corruption in the Italian government. For performances outside of Italy, his comedies are frequently adapted to reflect local political conditions. Born in 1926, the son of a railroad worker, Fo began his career as a performer in satirical cabaret-style revues. Later, he wrote, produced and directed a string of successful "bourgeois comedies" (so called because they were performed mainly for middle class audiences). He has also written for and performed in several films and his one foray into television was as writer, director and co-star of Italy's most popular television series, "Canzonissima", which was ultimately removed from the airwaves by the Italian government after Fo portrayed a 12th century Pope who was known for being particularly cruel and hanging monks by their tongues from the church doors when they didn't agree with him. Fo was refused a visa to enter the United States during the 1970's and 80's under the McClaren Act. It was not until Robert Brustein and the American Reportory Theater invited him to perform in 1986 that he was finally granted entry. At the time of this appearance, he made a point to thank Ronald Reagan for all the publicity that had been generated by keeping him out of the country.

    9. Fo, Dario - Definition Of Fo, Dario By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus And
    Fo (f), Dario Born 1926. Italian playwright noted for his socially topical, satirical works, including Accidental Death of an Anarchist (1970) and Trumpets and Raspberries (1981).
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    Fo, Dario (1926– ) Italian dramatist and actor. His plays are predominantly political satires combining black humour with slapstick. They include Morte accidentale di un
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    11. The Nobel Prize In Literature 1997
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    12. Fo, Dario Definition Of Fo, Dario In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Fo, Dario, 1926–, Italian playwright, actor, and director, b. Leggiuno Sangiano. Fo developed a sharp and irreverent satirical farce that is influenced by Bertholt Brecht Brecht
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    When Dario Fo won the 1997 Nobel Prize for literature, establishments everywhere erupted in anger. Here was an anticlerical, obscene, communist clown receiving the world's top
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    The Tricks of the Trade
    by Dario Fo from Methuen Publishing
    When Dario Fo won the 1997 Nobel Prize for literature, establishments everywhere erupted in anger. Here was an anticlerical, obscene, communist clown receiving the world's top literary accolade. As this collection of his essays and lectures shows, Fo has such a unique vision that his mission as clown/playwright requires him to be all those other things. What's interesting about The Tricks of the Trade is not his politics, but the incredible amount of research he's done on 2,000 years' worth of jesters, minstrels, and political clowns, whom he believes have changed the course of history. List Price: $19.95
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    14. Dario Fo Winner Of The 1997 Nobel Prize In Literature
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    16. Dario Fo (Italian Author And Actor) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    Dario Fo (Italian author and actor), March 24, 1926LeggiunoSangiano, ItalyItalian avant-garde playwright, manager-director, and actor-mime, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for
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    19. Fo, Dario Quote - Real Socialism Is Inside Man. It Wasn't Born With Marx. It Was
    Famous quote by Fo, Dario Real socialism is inside man. It wasn't born with Marx. It was in the communes of Italy in the Middle Ages. You can't say it is finished. on
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    20. Fo, Dario - Astro-Databank, Dario Fo Horoscope, Born 24 March 1926 In Leggiuno S
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    Italian writer, a radical playwright and winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize for Literature. A popular and controversial playwright, actor and director, he has earned international acclaim for his political satires and farces. Often considered the rightful heir of Aristophanes, Fo has led the field in political satire in Europe for over 30 years. The main targets of his ideologically inspired attacks have been capitalism, imperialism and corruption in the Italian government. For performances outside of Italy, his comedies are frequently adapted to reflect local political conditions. The son of a railroad worker, Fo began his career as a performer in satirical cabaret-style revues. Later, he wrote, produced and directed a string of successful "bourgeois comedies." He has also written for and performed in several films. His one foray into television was as writer, director and co-star of Italy's most popular television series, "Canzonissima." The series was ultimately removed from the airwaves by the Italian government after Fo portrayed an episode about a 12th century Pope who was known for being particularly cruel by hanging monks by their tongues from the church doors when they didn't agree with him.

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