PRIMARY STAGES Nineteen Years John Lawrence Rivera .

3y ago
4.80 MB
9 Pages
Last View : 15d ago
Last Download : 4m ago
Upload by : Allyson Cromer

Season 17Season 16Season 15An Immaculate MisconceptionStraight As A LineBarefoot Boy with Shoes Onby Carl Djerassidirected by Margaret Booker New York PremierePRIMARY STAGES Nineteen YearsOne Shot, One Killby Richard Veteredirected by Joe Brancato New York Premiereby Stephen Belberdirected by Tyler Marchant World PremiereRomola and Nijinskyby Lynne Alvarezdirected by David Levinechoreographed byRobert La Fosse World PremiereByrd’s Boyby Edwin Sanchezdirected by Casey Childs World PremiereElsa Edgarby Bob Kingdom withNeil Bartlettdirected by Casey Childs New York PremiereAn Empty Plate in the Café duGrand Boeufby Michael Hollingerdirected by John Rando New York PremiereWhen They Speak of Ritaby Daisy B. Footedirected by Horton Foote World Premiereby Bruce J. Robinsondirected by Arthur Masella World Premiere(CLOCKWISE FROM TOP)James LeynseTHE FOURTH WALLDavid Pittu, Sandy Duncan,Susan Sullivan, Charles KimbroughCALL THE CHILDREN HOMEAngela Robinson, Tamara Tunie,Sophia SalgueroROMOLA AND NIJINSKYKelly Hutchinson, David BarlowONE MILLION BUTTERFLIESMatthew Mabe(COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOPRIGHT)BYRD’S BOYDavid McCallumAN EMPTY PLATE IN THECAFÉ DU GRAND BOEUFAnnie Golden, Michael McCormick,Jonathan Freeman, George Wendt,Matt Stinton.ONE SHOT, ONE KILLRobert Montano, Michael CullenAN IMMACULATE MISCONCEPTIONDavid Adkins, Ann DowdWHEN THEY SPEAK OF RITAJamie Bennett, Hallie Foote,Ken MarksMarvin Einhornby A.R. Gurneydirected by David Saint New York PremiereOne Million Butterflies(BOTTOM RIGHT) James Leynse(BELOW) Samantha MoranvilleMarvin Einhorn(FAR LEFT & BELOW)Marvin EinhornThe Fourth Wallby Y Yorkdirected by Melia Bensussen World Premiereby John Henry Redwooddirected by Israel Hicks World Premiere, a coproduction with thePhiladelphia TheatreCompany Nominated for 9 AudelcoAwardsJames LeynseMarvin Einhornbook by Thomas Babemusic and lyrics byMildred Kaydendirected by Kent Gash World Premiere Nominated for 5 AudelcoAwards.KrisitNo Niggers, No Jews, No DogsSeason 18Call the Children Homeby Luis Alfarodirected byJohn Lawrence Rivera New York Premiere

Season 14The Old Settlerby John Henry Redwooddirected by Harold Scott 1999 Theatre World AwardLynda Gravátt Audelco Award-BestLeading ActressLeslie Uggams Audelco Award-BestSupporting ActorGodfrey L. Simmons, Jr. 1999 Nominations for10 Audelco Awards forExcellence in DramaticProduction 1999 Audelco AwardExcellence in LightingDesign- Frances AronsonHigh Lifeby Lee MacDougalldirected by Casey Childs U.S. premiere by first-timeCanadian playwrightSeason 13Brutality of FactThe Turn of the Screwadapted by JeffreyHatcher from the story byHenry Jamesdirected by Melia Bensussen 1999 Obie Award-Direction- Melia Bensussen 1999 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingSound DesignDavid Van Tieghemby Keith Reddindirected by Casey ChildsSeason 12Scotland RoadMissing/Kissingby Jeffrey Hatcherdirected by Melia Bensussen 1998 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingSound DesignDavid Van TieghemSt. NicholasLipswritten and directed byConor McPherson 1998 Lucille Lortel Award- Outstanding ActorBrian Cox 1998 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingActor in a Play 1998 Outer Critics CircleNomination-OutstandingSolo Performance Mr. McPherson’s Americandebutby Constance Congdondirected by Greg LeamingThis Lime Tree Bowerby Conor McPhersondirected by Harris Yulin New York Premiere(TOP-BOTTOM)HIGH LIFE Isiah Whitlock Jr.,Matthew Mabe, David Greenspan,John Bedford LloydSCOTLAND ROADDaniel Gerroll, Katy SelverstoneST. NICHOLASBrian CoxNasty Little Secretsby Lanie Robertsondirected by Casey Childs Revival of the 1988productionJames Leynse(PHOTO LEFT) Jonathan Barkey(BELOW) Trevor Ray Hartwritten and directed byJohn Patrick ShanleySecond-Hand Smokeby Mac Wellmandirected by Richard CalibanNot Gen LeRoydirected by Chris SmithHate Mailby Bill Corbett andKira Obolenskydirected by Seth GordonMere Mortalsby David Ivesdirected by John Rando Off-Broadway CommercialTransfer: John HousemanTheatre(COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP)NOT WAVINGKyra Sedgwick, Sloane SheltonSECOND-HAND SMOKE(TOP) David Greenspan,David Patrick Kelly, Joanna P. AdlerMISSING/KISSINGJake Weber, Daniel OreskesHATE MAILNathan Smith, Joanna P. AdlerMERE MORTALSAnne O’Sullivan,Arnie BurtonAll photos by James Leynse

Season 11The Model ApartmentJames Leynseby Donald Marguliesdirected by Lisa Peterson 1996 Obie AwardPlaywriting Donald Margulies 1996 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingPlay 1996 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingFeatured Actress in a PlayRoberta Wallach 1996 Obie Award-SustainedExcellence of Set DesignNeil Patel 1996 Obie Award-SustainedExcellence of Sound Design- David Van TieghemThe Preservation Societyby William S. Leavengooddirected by Casey ChildsVirgins & Other Mythswritten & performed byColin Martindirected by Bruce Blair 1996 Encore Magazine“Taking Off” AwardColin Martin Off-Broadway CommercialTransferSeason 10Laughing Matterswritten & performed byNick Ullettdirected by Rick PodellYou Should Be So LuckySabinaby Charles Buschdirected by Kenneth Elliot 1995 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingFeatured Actress in a PlayNell Campbell The first play of Mr. Busch’sin which he plays a malecharacter Off-Broadway CommercialTransferby Willy Holtzmandirected by Melia Bensussen 1996 Obie Award-SustainedExcellence of Sound Design- David Van TieghemAncient History andEnglish Made Simpletwo one-acts by David Ivesdirected by John Rando Revival of the 1989production of AncientHistoryI Sent a Letter to My Lovemusic and lyrics byMelissa Manchesterlyrics and book byJeffrey Sweetdirected by Patricia BirchJames LeynseDon Juan in Chicagoby David Ivesdirected by Robert Stanton‘’2”(TOP TO BOTTOM)by Romulus Linneydirected by Tom BullardJames LeynseSABINA(L-R) Kenneth L. Marks, David Adkins,(SEATED) Marin Hinkle,George BartenieffTHE PRESERVATION SOCIETYDeirdre Lovejoy, Nina HumphreyANCIENT HISTORYMichael Rupert, Vivienne BeneschENGLISH MADE SIMPLEMegan Dodds, Kyle FabelVIRGINS & OTHER MYTHSColin MartinAll photos by James Leynse(CLOCKWISE TOP-BOTTOM)“2”Clarence FelderI SENT A LETTER TO MY LOVERobert Westenberg, Lynne Wintersteller,Bethe B. AustinLAUGHING MATTERSNick UllettDON JUAN IN CHICAGOPeter Bartlett, J. Smith-Cameron,Simon BrookingJames LeynseKristin Binning

Season 9Breaking Upby Michael Cristoferdirected by Melia Bensussen(COUNTER-CLOCKWISE TOP-BOTTOM)ALL IN THE TIMINGWendy Lawless, Nancy Opel,Robert StantonBREAKING UPKevin O’Rourke, Allison JanneyTHE HYACINTH MACAWFrancie Swift, Yusef BulosA MURDER OF CROWSSteve Mellor, Jan Leslie HardingLeynseAll in the Timingby David Ivesdirected byJason McConnell Buzas 1994 Outer Critics CircleAward-OutstandingOff‑Broadway Play-JohnGassner Playwriting Award 1994 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingPlay 1994 Obie AwardPerformanceRobert Stanton 1994 Clarence DerwentAward for Best ActorRobert Stanton 1994 Drama DeskNomination-OutstandingSupporting Actor in a PlayRobert Stanton Longest running playproduced at Primary Stages Off-Broadway CommercialTransfer Most produced play in theUSA during the 1995-96Season: cited by AmericanTheatre MagazineSeason 8Season 7The Dolphin PositionJoy SolutionBargainsMaking BookWashington Square MovesA Murder of Crowsby Percy Grangerdirected by Casey Childsby Jack Heifnerdirected by Casey Childsby Matthew Wittendirected by Seth Gordonby Stuart Duckworthdirected by Seth Gordonby Janet Reeddirected by Susan Einhornby Mac Wellmandirected by Jim SimpsonSketchbook Series - MondayNight Shows:How She Played The Gameby Cynthia L. Cooperdirected by Cliff Goodwin;performed by Susan StevensOlivia’s Opuswritten & performed byNora Coledirected byHerman LeVern JonesCrackdancingThe Hyacinth Macawby Mac Wellmandirected by Marcus Stern 1994 American Awardfor Literature - MostOutstanding New Play byan American PlaywrightMac Wellman 1994 Obie Award-SustainedExcellence of Set DesignKyle ChepulisLeynse(CLOCKWISE TOP-BOTTOM)WASHINGTON SQUARE MOVESAngela Bullock, Jack Stehlin,Dion GrahamTHE DOLPHIN POSITIONLarry Pine, Randell Haynes(STANDING)MAKING BOOKPercy Granger, Catherine Curtin,Claudia Fielding, Allison Janney,Daniel AhearnMarvin EinhornLeynsewritten and directed byJoseph HindyLeynseWilliam Gibson, Martha Swope Associates(PHOTO RIGHT)William Gibson, Martha Swope Associates

Season 6Season 5Lusting After Pipino’s WifeHollywood Scheherazadeby Sam Henry Kassdirected by Casey Childs First Off-BroadwayCommercial Transfer:Primary StagesBetter Daysby Richard Dresserdirected by John PynchonHolmsby Charlie Petersdirected by Gregory LehaneBlack Marketby Joe Suttondirected Scott RubsamBovver Boysby Willy Holtzmandirected byJohn Pynchon HolmesSeason 3Nasty Little SecretsStopping the DesertLone DeerAlgerian RomanceThe Wedding of the SiameseTwinsSplitsvilleby Lanie Robertsondirected by Stuart Rossby Kres Merskydirected by Casey ChildsCellophaneby Glen Merzerdirected by Casey Childsby Burton Cohendirected by Scott RubsamWilliam Gibson, Martha Swope AssociatesAngel FaceSwim Visitby Wesley Mooredirected by William Partlanby Mac Wellmandirected by Jim Simpson Presented in associationwith The Fringe Series atBACA DowntownSketchbook Series:China WarsAn Evening Of Four OneActs:Babel Storieswritten, directed,and performed byMatthew MaguireCarol Rosegg, Martha Swope AssociatesSeason 4by Robert Lorddirected by Ethan SilvermanAncient HistoryThe Travelling Squirrelby David Ivesdirected byJason McConnell BuzasThe Secret Sits in the MiddleSketchbook Series- LateNight Political ComedySketches:written and directed byRobert Lordby Lisa Maria Radanodirected by Casey ChildsAt the Still Pointby Jordan Robertsdirected by Mark Ramontby Laura Harringtondirected by Liz Diamond Presented in associationwith BACA DowntownThe Time I Diedby Ron Carlsondirected by Gregory LehaneMadame Zelena Finally ComesCleanby Donald Wollnerdirected by Gregory Lehaneby Richard Dresserdirected by Gloria MuzioSketchbook SeriesLate Night Shows:Beyond Bloomingdale’swritten and performed byDiane Heles and Janet Reeddirected by Gregory LehaneFlorida Girlsby Nancy Fitz-Hastydirected by Susan GreggHeavy Breathingby Scott Carterdirected by Jim Fyfeby Ron Carlsondirected by Casey ChildsThe Thrill of Victory, The Agonyof Debateby Joe DiPietro,Stephen Fife, Kathy Giamo &Mark Michaels;directed by Melia Bensussen(TOP-BOTTOM)SWIM VISITPirie MacDonald, Mark MetcalfBLACK MARKETBruce McCarty, Charlotte ColavinHOLLYWOOD SCHERHERAZADEDaniel Ahearn (STANDING),Robert VerlaqueLUSTING AFTER PIPINO’S WIFEDebra Riessen, Wayne MaugansLori BankLori BankMarvin Einhorn(LEFT-RIGHT)Lori BankTHE WEDDING OFTHE SIAMESE TWINSMatt Nikko, Kevin JohnGee, Marvin EinhornANGEL FACETerres UnsoeldALGERIAN ROMANCEGreg Almquist,Lloyd BattistaRebecca Lester, Martha Swope Associates

The first season produced in our first permanent home, the“45th Street Theatre,” now known as Primary Stages.The inaugural season wasperformed in the “LittleTheater” at the Trinity School,NYC.Free Fallby Laura Harringtondirected by Alma BeckerLate One Afternoon in OkabenaIn September Woodsby Charlie Petersdirected by Gregory LehaneJulia JordanBoth the fall and spring sessions of thegroup are made up of eight weekly meetings.Sessions consist of the reading and critiqueof works in progress with each playwright bringing at leastten new pages to each session. The eight meetings culminatewith professional actors reading the work of all participatingplaywrights at Primary Stages’ theatre at 354 West 45th Street.Playwrights continue to produce new work on a weekly basisin preparation for a workshop production in April. "Seven Days of New Plays"is designed to bring the program full circle as each writer’s completed script isread in its entirety before a live audience. These readings are open to the publicand free of charge.All photos by Lori Bank(COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP)BERTRANO OR HATS DON’T LIEDaniel Ahearn, Yusef BulosIN SEPTEMBER WOODSAnna MinotHIDDEN PARTS(L-R) Cara Buono, Christopher Fields,Leon Russom, Joan GrantALL IN THE TIMING: Philip Hoffman,JasonGraae, Nancy OpelOld Vic New Voices: US/UK ProgramPrimary Stages is part of a unique exchange being premiered by The Old VicTheatre’s new writing program in September 2003. Four British writers neverbefore produced in the United States will be introduced to the New York theatrecommunity in the form of rehearsed readings for invited audiences over a periodof two weeks. This program will also introduce American writers to Londonaudiences in November 2003 and is produced in association with New York’sAtlantic Theater, The New Group, Primary Stages and Vineyard Theatre.The Bug n Bub Playwright Scholarship Awardin Memory of Phil Bosakowski (1946-1994):Glen Berger-2002Hilary Bell-2001Dimitry Lipkin-2000Kelly Stewart-1999David Lindsay-Abaire-1998Gordon Dahlquist-1997Kira Obolensky-1996Mark Eisman-1995Primary Stages Commitment to New Plays AwardAnnual honorary commendation to an outstanding artist:Betty Comden and Adolph Green-1998Harvey Fierstein-2003John Kander and Fred Ebb-2002Stephen Sondheim-1997A.R. Gurney-2001Wendy Wasserstein-1996Terrence McNally-1995John Guare-2000Sheri WilnerBertrano or Hats Don’t LieStephen Adly Guirgisby David Hilldirected by Casey ChildsThe New American Writers Group begins itssixth year as a formal program of PrimaryStages and continues to be an integralcomponent of the company’s core mission. TheGroup’s Program Director is Tyler Marchant,Associate Artistic Director of Primary Stages.Current members are Courtney Baron, AndrewCase, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Julia Jordan, DanO’Brien, Edwin Sanchez and Sheri Wilner. JuliaJordan’s play BOY, developed within the Group,will be produced by Primary Stages during the2003/04 mainstage season.Edwin Scnchezby Lynne Alvarezdirected by Susan GreggNew American Writers GroupAndrew Caseby Marjorie Mahledirected by Gregory Lehane Primary Stages’ firstproductionHidden PartsPRIMARY STAGES Artist DevelopmentDan O’BrienSeason 1Courtney BaronSeason 2

PRIMARY ContributorsPrimary Stages gratefully acknowledges the many individuals, foundations,corporations, and government agencies who have supported the organizationthroughout the year.CORPORATE & FOUNDATIONCONTRIBUTORSABC, Inc.Actors’ Equity FoundationAmerican Theatre WingA.R.T./New YorkAndrew W. Mellon FoundationArts Relief FundAxe-Houghton FoundationBristol-Myers SquibbFoundationBroadway Play PublishingCBS FoundationRobert Sterling ClarkFoundationCon EdisonDoing Art TogetherDramatists Guild FundDramatists Play Service, Inc.Durst OrganizationFrey FoundationFriars FoundationHoward Gilman FoundationJohn Golden FundGreenwall FoundationBuck Henry Charitable Fundof the California CommunityFoundationHerrick Theatre FoundationHill-Snowdon FoundationIBM, Inc.John, Mary & Bernard JacobsFoundationJerome FoundationJoelson FoundationJPMorgan ChaseRita J. and Stanley H. KaplanFamily FoundationBerrilla Kerr FoundationLifebridge FoundationLucille Lortel FoundationMagowan Family FoundationMarsh, Inc.Andrew W. Mellon FoundationMemorial Foundation for theArtsJoyce Mertz-GilmoreFoundationNewman’s Own, Inc.North Fork BankLaura Pels FoundationPhillips-Green FoundationRockwell FoundationRobert E. & Judith O. RubinFoundationFan Fox and Leslie R. SamuelsFoundationEvelyn Sharp FoundationPeter Jay Sharp FoundationEmma A. Sheafer CharitableTrustShubert FoundationShubert OrganizationSnowdon Fund of the TidesFoundationHarold & Mimi SteinbergCharitable TrustSwanson FoundationTheatre Communications Group- New Generations MentoringThe Leaders of TomorrowMichael Tuch FoundationLila Acheson Wallace TheatreFund, established inCommunity Funds by theco-founder of The Reader’sDigest Assoc.William Morris Agency, Inc.GOVERNMENT FUNDINGPROVIDED BYNational Endowment for theArtsNew York City Department ofCultural AffairsNew York State Council on theArtsNew York State Office of Parks,Recreation and HistoricPreservationNew York City Council MemberChristine QuinnNew York State SenatorThomas K. DuanePRIMARY PARTNERSCENTER STAGEHerbert & Sue BregerCasey ChildsSuzanne CorsoDouglas DurstAnne & Marvin EinhornMichael Fabrikant &Carol DallosBarry GreenDouglas GreenVirginia HunterElysabeth KleinhansKaren La Rosa &Hugh ZurkuhlenIn memory of Ann & Ben LightPaul Newman &Joanne WoodwardPat King Podell & Michael PodellRobin Rednor-VeghteRussell & Louise RockwellTed SnowdonElizabeth WilsonMorton Wolkowitz & Anita KealUPSTAGEIris CantorRonald & Nancy CarrKen & Marti ChildsCory & Bob DonnalleyChris Goutman &Marcia McCabeCarl & Renee LandeggerNorma LangworthyStephen & Carol NegronBarbara & David ThomasDOWNSTAGENorman Adler &Michele ShackelfordIlene BergerLouise BookstaverCarol & Geoffrey ChinnTian & Alex DaytonElliot Friedman &H.S. Beau BoganKris HeinzelmanJoel HermanWilly Holtzman &Sylvia ShepardBarnard Hughes &Helen StenborgMr. & Mrs. Doug JohnsonKathryn KarlovitzEric KelhofferIrma OestreicherEdwin & Marilyn PincusTamar RudichPat & Ted TulchinJames VergaraBarry WeisslerBarbara & David ZalaznickCURTAIN UPBuddy BaileyBetty BakerScotty BlochVictoria BoothbyCynthia BrodskyDavid BrownCarole CushmanTrevor Drake & Anne AlbrightDeborah FainAnnette & Barry FishermanEdward ForsteinMelissa GibbsRebecca GoodmanStephen Herman & Joan GrantPeter KarpCharles KimbroughGregory Lehane &Laurie KlatscherArthur LeonardSidney & Helaine LernerSherry PackerBeth RabinJeffrey RichardsLois RobardsIsaiah RubinShery SaeedAnne Strickland SquadronLenora TintJohn & Kathy von HartzRichard WeinreichSue WillisFRIENDS OF PRIMARY STAGESDaniel AdamianJoseph AdamecFrank AdamucciMarvin AlexanderAlexander AngeloPhipps Arabie &Terry Feldstein‑ArabieB.H. BarryNan BasesDolores BeckSimone BedientBernard BelascoMargaret & Joseph BerardelliJohn BergmanBernice BlockJoel & Shana BlumbergMichael BlumenfeldRose-Marie BollerDonald Brennan &Lucy McMichaelRichard BroudePatricia BrownTrudy & Julius BrownDavid Shepard BurrHope ByerRosalie Barrow CallahanMarvin CarlsonGwen CarrDouglas CramerCharles CurkinSheila DavidsonDavid DeanCarol & Frank DefordMarie DriscollNancy DruckmanJames EdwardsSuzan EhrmanJudith EschweilerAusten EttingerJoan & Peter FaberSylvia FarringtonSusan FerrisHazel & Russel FershleiserMurray FishmanCharles FlowersCarole ForsterDonald FowleSuzanne FranksHerbert & Marilyn FreednerSusan FrenkelIsabelle & Peter FriedmanVictor FriedmanBryan & Susan GarrutoJohn GoldmanMary Lou & Laurence GoldsteinGeraldine GoodmanAnn GoryckiRichard GraysonDavid GreenanRandy GreeneAlice GreifHelen GrunebaumLois GunsbergRussel HamiltonJoseph HarrisSusan HarrisSusan HayashiJames HealeyEileen HinksonLois & Arthur HirshkowitzMerton & Adele HolmanBetty HoweHudson GuildWinifred HughesSteven & Diane JacobsonSally JacquetGerald KaganEmily KarpJudith KaseMrs. S. KaufmanRobert KeilbachEdward KelleherErica & Jim KellermannJoseph KennedyHelene KingStephen KirschenbaumKerstin KupfermannJerome KurtzSusan LichterRomulus LinneyRobert LittleSusan LonghitoDonald LordAlbert & Barbara LyonsBurton MarksA. Cushman MayMary McCabeFrancis McGrathMichael MichaaelsonLisa MielkeAnne MoffatRobert & Virginia MontgomeryHans & Beryl NeumanB.W. NimkinJames O’BrienKevin & Barbara O’BrienAdriana & Robert O’FerrallDorinda OliverDavid OlsteinBarbara Lynn PedersenCharlie PetersThomas PippertHarold & Judy PrinceRichard & Lee RadschSusan RalstonLynne RandallTim & Joyce RatnerMr. & Mrs. Howard ReedStephen ReidHelene ReinliebMimi RenchnerLloyd & Barbara RichardsPamela RischSandra Priest RoseRobert RosenbergEllen RossMaurice RozenblumMatt RoushJoan SandersMarlene SandersLynn SchafranStanley Segal & Sheldon SofferLisa & Leon SeidmanZachary ShimerMarilyn SlaterGay SmithJeffrey SmithStephen SondheimRichard & Lynn SperandeoAlec StaisBarbara StarkBecky SteeleJohn StevensonJerry Stiller & Anne MearaRobert & Edna StrausGregory SullivanLita & Irwin TalbotVirginia TaulaneBernard TeigLen & Claire TowMarcia WachspressSaul WechterLauren WedelesReny WeigertMr. & Mrs. Howard WeissGabriele K Wiener &Frederick C. LibbeyRobert Witten & Greta WalkerArthur Wright– as of August 18, 2003


Bargains by Jack Heifner directed by Casey Childs Washington Square Moves by Matthew Witten directed by Seth Gordon Sketchbook Series - Monday Night Shows: How She Played The Game by Cynthia L. Cooper directed by CliffLongest running play Goodwin; performed by Susan Stevens Olivia’s Opus written & performed by NoraUSA during the 1995-96 Cole directed by Herman LeVern Jones Season 7 Joy .

Related Documents:

Keywords: Nineteen Eighty- Four, George Orwell, Naturalism. Introduction Nineteen Eighty-Four is a dystopian novel set in 1984; thirty six years ahead of the year of nineteen forty eight, the year of composition. In 2005, Nineteen Eighty Four was selected by Time Magazine as one of the 100 best English novels from 1923 to 2005.

Nineteen Eighty-Four By George Orwell Part One: Chapters 1-2 (1-2 Days Reading) Before you read the chapter: Nineteen Eighty-Four is frequently classified as a 'dystopian' novel. Do a bit of research in your school library or the Internet and list five other novels that also fit into this unique category.

Title: Nineteen Eighty-Four and the Ideology of Hate Author: Kristoffer Rissanen Supervisor: Chloé Avril Abstract: Hatred and ideology play an important role in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four.This essay aims to show that hatred not only is a core tenet of the Party’s ideology, but that it also guides the protagonist Winston Smith, motivating

George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Fouris offered for examination in OCR’s English Literature Examination 2442, Post-1914 Poetry and Prose, and 2448, the Examined Alternative to Coursework. On Paper 2442, candidates must answer one question on Nineteen Eighty-Four.There will be three questions to choose from. One will be extract-based, and the .

"Nineteen Eighty-Four" or can be used simply in conjunction with a viewing of the film. Some references may link the title of the novel /film to the time of writing. Orwell was not a profound political theorist, but a powerful presenter of a nightmare portrait of society. "Nineteen Eighty-Four" is a flawed novel, but it's also a masterpiece of .

NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR GEORGE ORWELL PART I I I t was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen. Winston Smith, his chin nuzzled into his breast in an effort to escape the vile wind, slipped quickly through the glass doors of Victory Mansions, though not quickly enough to prevent a swirl

118 I have broken these verses here in John chapter 1 into four main points and they are, THE WORD IS MADE FLESH – JOHN 1:14 JOHN BORE WITNESS – JOHN 1:15 GRACE AND TRUTH – JOHN 1:16-17 GOD MADE KNOWN – JOHN 1:18 So John is going to finish up his prologue or introduction that covers John 1:1-18, as I

Anne’s diary. (He opens the diary and begins to read.) “Monday, the sixth of July, nineteen forty-two.” (To MIEP) Nineteen forty-two. Is it possible, Miep? . . . Only three years ago. (As he continues his reading, he sits down on the couch.) “Dear