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Angelique Rockas
Angelique Rockas as Annabella in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, New Theatre, director Declan Donnellan

Angelique Rockas (born in Boksburg, Sooth Africa) is an actress, producer an activist. In 1980, Rockas foonded Internationalist Theatre in the Unitit Kinrick[1] wi patron Athol Fugard. The theatre featured multi-racial casts in classical plays, breakin racial barriers 'at waur ance accepted norms fur theatrical performances.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Actin career[eedit | eedit soorce]

Rockas gained praise fur her strang interpretations[10] ay: Medea (Euripides),[11][12][13] Video[14] Miss Julie (August Strindberg),[15][16] Emma in The Camp (Griselda Gambaro)[17][18][19][20] an as Annabella in Ford's 'Tis Pity She's a Whore[21] She forby played Lady Macbeth at the Tramshed Theatre, Woolwich, London,[22][23] and th' nurse in th' f an' h play at th' traverse theatre.[24]

Internationalist Theatre productions[eedit | eedit soorce]

Archives[eedit | eedit soorce]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. https://www.dramaandtheatre.co.uk/practical/article/practitioner-focus-angelique-rockas
  2. Dirk de Villiers (Julie 1983). Angelique Rockas founded Internationalst Theatre all races and nationalities. The Star. South African Digest. p. 66 – via google.com.
  3. Robert Conway (1988). British Alternative Theatre Directory Internationalist Theatre. J. Offord. pp. 27–28. ISBN 9780903931380. Retrieved 5 Februar 2019. Cite has empty unkent parameter: |1= (help)
  4. British Theatre Directory editor (1990). "British Theatre directory Internationalist Theatre Entry". British Theatre Directory. p. 336. Retrieved 5 Februar 2019.
  5. http://archive.is/0GlAd
  6. Documents Athol Fugard in British Library ,"Angelique Rockas Archives",
  7. "The Stage Second show by Genet multi-racial". British Newspaper Archive. 9 Apryle 1981. Retrieved 5 Februar 2019.
  8. Rosalind Carne (28 Julie 1982). "LIOLA". Financial Times.
  9. Malcom Hay (7 Mey 1982). "Mother Courage review pg.69". Time Out (611).
  10. http://collections-search.bfi.org.uk/web/Details/ChoiceArchive/110078562
  11. Ned Chaillet (Januar 1982). "Review of Medea". The Times retrieved from Gale – via Internet Archive.
  12. RS Rosemary Say (24 Januar 1982). "Women's Worlds review of Medea". The Sunday Telegraph pg.12 from the Telegraph Historical Archives from Gale – via archive,org.
  13. RS Rosemary Say (24 Januar 1982). "Women's Worlds review of Medea". The Sunday Telegraph pg.12 from Telegraph Historical Archives from Gale – via archive,org.
  14. "Live performance of Angelique Rockas as Medea". Medea. 24 Januar 1982 – via Internet Archive.
  15. Heather Walker (August 2011). "Angelique Rockas: bold theatre pioneer". The South African – via Internet Archive.
  16. Jo Stanley (2 Februar 1984). "Profound conflict". Morning Star. p. 2 – via archive.org.
  17. Tom Vaughan (1981). "The Camp review: "Searing and of great power"". Morning Star – via Internet Archive.
  18. "JISC Journal Archives : Viewer". JISC Journal Archives. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  19. Ann Morey (1981). "BBC Latin American The Camp Multi Racial And Multi National". Griselda Gambaro The Camp – via Internet Archive.
  20. Ann Morey (26 October 1981). "BBC Latin American The Camp Multi Racial And Multi National". BBC Latin American Service page 2 – via Internet Archive.
  21. https://archive.org/details/angeliquerockasasannabellatispityshesawhore_202002
  22. "Macbeth". Lady Macbeth. 1978 – via Internet Archive.
  23. Glypt (2018). "Tramshed History". Glypt – via glypt.co.uk.
  24. The Traverse Theatre story 1963-1988 by Joyce McMillan, Methuen Drama Performing Arts, 1 September 1988
  25. "Second Show by Genet retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage. 9 Apryle 1981 – via Internet Archive.
  26. Ann Morley-Priestman (23 Julie 1981). "Taylormade Theatre The Balcony retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive.
  27. Rosemary Burton (12 Julie 1981). "The Balcony". The Covent Garden Courrier – via Internet Archive.
  28. Christopher Hudson (3 Julie 1981). "The Balcony listing". The New Standard – via Internet Archive.
  29. Griselda Gambaro (October 1981). "Internationalist Theatre Production of The Camp". The Camp – via theatricalia.com.
  30. Jenny Vaughan (Februar 1982). "Review of The Camp (El Campo)". Spare Rib (115): 46–47) – via British Library.
  31. Ann Morley-Priestman (19 November 1981). "The Camp retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive.
  32. Bertholt Brecht (Mairch 1982). "Internationalist Theatre Production of Mother Courage and Her Children". Mother Courage and Her Children – via theatricalia.com.
  33. Peter Hepple (13 Mey 1982). "Art of Keeping Alive retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive.
  34. Christopher Hudson (Mey 1982). "Letting Mother Take the Load retrieved from ES Media". TheStandard – via Internet Archive.
  35. Tom Vaughan (Mey 1982). "Rising to Brecht`s Heights retrieved from Morning Star paper archives". The Morining Star – via Internet Archive.
  36. Luigi Pirandello (Julie 1982). "Internationalist Theatre Production of Liola". Liola – via theatricalia.com.
  37. "'piace a Londra Liola in teatro". Corriere della Serra. 20 Julie 1982 – via Internet Archive.
  38. Harold Atkins (28 Julie 1982). "Deceit in a Sicilian village". The Daily Telegraph – via Internet Archive.
  39. Irving Wardle (28 Julie 1982). "Sowing Seeds Liola retrieved from Times Digital rchive Gale Group". The Times – via Internet Archive.
  40. Tennessee Williams (Mey 1983). "Internationalist Theatre Production of In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel". In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel – via theatricalia.com.
  41. Ann Nugent (14 Julie 1983). "Battle for Riches review of Tokyo Bar retrieved from British Newspaper Archives". The Stage – via Internet Archive.
  42. "Poster of `In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel` with Cast and Crew". Internationalist Theatre. Julie 1983 – via Internet Archive.
  43. August Strindberg (Januar 1984). "Internationalist Theatre Production of Miss Julie". Miss Julie – via theatricalia.com.
  44. RB Marriott (2 Februar 1984). "Review of Miss Julie retrieved from British Newspaper archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive.
  45. Jo Stanley (2 Februar 1984). "Profound Conflict review of Miss Julie retrieved from Morning Star paper archives". The Stage – via Internet Archive.
  46. Franscis King (22 Januar 1984). "Miss Julie retrieved from Telegraph hisorical archive Gale". The Sunday Telegraph – via Internet Archive.
  47. Maxim Gorky (Mairch 1985). "Production of Enemies". Enemies – via theatricalia.com.
  48. Tom Vaughan (26 Mairch 1985). "Review of Enemies". The Morning Star – via Internet Archive.
  49. Barney Bardsley (Mairch 1985). "Review of Enemies". City Limits – via Internet Archive.
  50. BBC Russian Service (Mairch 1985). "Broadcast transcript of review of Enemies". BBC Russian service – via Internet Archive.
  51. Paul Lewenstein (Mairch 1985). "review of Enemies". Camden News Journal – via Internet Archive.
  52. "Internationalist Theatre (originally called New Internationalist Theatre )". Internationalist Theatre Productions – via theatricalia.com.

Fremmit airtins[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Angelique Rckas IMDB
  • Angelique Rockas in the F and H Play at The Traverse Theatre [5]
  • [6] Internationalist Theatre productions
  • [7]
  • [8] Angelique Rockas on Hellenism.net
  • [9] Angelique Rockas :Strong,Bold and Unafraid
  • [10] Angelique Rockas : Una actiz multiplicada Vogue Mexico
  • [11] Theatricalia Internationalist Theatre Productions