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Angelique Rockas

Angelique rockas (born in boksburg, sooth africa) is an actress, producer an' activist. In 1980 Rockas foonded Internationalist Theatre in th' uk wi' patron Athol Fugard. th' theater featured multi-racial casts in classical plays, breakin' racial barriers 'at waur ance accepted norms fur theatrical performances.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

Actin` Career[eedit | eedit soorce]

Rockas gained praise fur 'er strang interpretations [9]ay: Medea (Euripides), [10][11][12]Video[13] Miss Julie (Strindberg),[14][15] Emma in th`Camp (Griselda Gambaro)[16][17][18][19]. She also played Lady Macbeth at th' Tramshed Theatre , Woolwich, London[20] at the Tramshed [21] and th' nurse in th' f an' h play at th' traverse theatre. [22]

Internationalist Theatre productions[eedit | eedit soorce]

Theatricalia Internationalist Theatre Productions [ https://theatricalia.com/company/2fr/internationalist-theatre]

Archives[eedit | eedit soorce]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Dirk de Villiers (July 1983). Angelique Rockas founded Internationalst Theatre all races and nationalities. The Star. South African Digest. p. 66 – via google.com. 
  2. Robert Conway (1988). British Alternative Theatre Directory Internationalist Theatre. J. Offord. pp. 27–28. ISBN 9780903931380. Retrieved 2019-02-05. 
  3. British Theatre Directory editor (1990). "British Theatre directory Internationalist Theatre Entry". British Theatre Directory. p. 336. Retrieved 2019-02-05. 
  4. http://archive.is/0GlAd
  5. Documents Athol Fugard in British Library ,"Angelique Rockas Archives",
  6. "The Stage Second show by Genet multi-racial". British Newspaper Archive. 1981-04-09. Retrieved 2019-02-05. 
  7. Rosalind Carne (28 July 1982). "LIOLA". Financial Times. 
  8. Malcom Hay (7 May 1982). "Mother Courage review pg.69". Time Out (611). 
  9. http://collections-search.bfi.org.uk/web/Details/ChoiceArchive/110078562
  10. Ned Chaillet (Jan 1982). "Review of Medea". The Times retrieved from Gale – via Internet Archive. 
  11. RS Rosemary Say (24 January 1982). "Womens` Worlds review of Medea". The Sunday Telegraph pg.12 from the Telegraph Historical Archives from Gale – via archive,org. 
  12. RS Rosemary Say (24 January 1982). "Womens` Worlds review of Medea". The Sunday Telegraph pg.12 from Telegraph Historical Archives from Gale – via archive,org. 
  13. "Live performance of Angelique Rockas as Medea". Medea. 24 January 1982 – via Internet Archive. 
  14. Heather Walker (August 2011). "Angelique Rockas: bold theatre pioneer". The South African – via Internet Archive. 
  15. Jo Stanley (2 February 1984). "Profound conflict". Morning Star. p. 2 – via archive.org. 
  16. Tom Vaughan (1981). "The Camp review ` Searing and of great power`". Morning Star – via Internet Archive. 
  17. "JISC Journal Archives : Viewer". JISC Journal Archives. Retrieved 2018-10-18. 
  18. Ann Morey (1981). "BBC Latin American The Camp Multi Racial And Multi National". Griselda Gambaro The Camp – via Internet Archive. 
  19. Ann Morey (26 October 1981). "BBC Latin American The Camp Multi Racial And Multi National". BBC Latin American Service page 2 – via Internet Archive. 
  20. "Macbeth". Lady Macbeth. 1978 – via Internet Archive. 
  21. Glypt (2018). "Tramshed History". Glypt – via glypt.co.uk. 
  22. Joyce McMillan (1 September 1988). The Traverse Theatre story 1963-1988. Methuen Drama Performing Arts. p. 154. Retrieved 2019-10-14. 
  23. "Second Show by Genet retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage. 9 April 1981 – via Internet Archive. 
  24. Ann Morley-Priestman (23 July 1981). "Taylormade Theatre The Balcony retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive. 
  25. Rosemary Burton (12 July 1981). "The Balcony". The Covent Garden Courrier – via Internet Archive. 
  26. Christopher Hudson (3 July 1981). "The Balcony listing". The New Standard – via Internet Archive. 
  27. Griselda Gambaro (October 1981). "Internationalist Theatre Production of The Camp". The Camp – via theatricalia.com. 
  28. Jenny Vaughan (February 1982). "Review of The Camp (El Campo)". Spare Rib (115): 46–47) – via British Library. 
  29. Ann Morley-Priestman (19 November 1981). "The Camp retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive. 
  30. Bertholt Brecht (March 1982). "Internationalist Theatre Production of Mother Courage and Her Children". Mother Courage and Her Children – via theatricalia.com. 
  31. Peter Hepple (13 May 1982). "Art of Keeping Alive retrieved from British Newspaper Archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive. 
  32. Christopher Hudson (May 1982). "Letting Mother Take the Load retrieved from ES Media". TheStandard – via Internet Archive. 
  33. Tom Vaughan (May 1982). "Rising to Brecht`s Heights retrieved from Morning Star paper archives". The Morining Star – via Internet Archive. 
  34. Luigi Pirandello (July 1982). "Internationalist Theatre Production of Liola". Liola – via theatricalia.com. 
  35. "'piace a Londra Liola in teatro". Corriere della Serra. 20 July 1982 – via Internet Archive. 
  36. Harold Atkins (28 July 1982). "Deceit in a Sicilian village". The Daily Telegraph – via Internet Archive. 
  37. Irving Wardle (28 July 1982). "Sowing Seeds Liola retrieved from Times Digital rchive Gale Group". The Times – via Internet Archive. 
  38. Tennessee Williams (May 1983). "Internationalist Theatre Production of In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel". In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel – via theatricalia.com. 
  39. Ann Nugent (14 July 1983). "Battle for Riches review of Tokyo Bar retrieved from British Newspaper Archives". The Stage – via Internet Archive. 
  40. "Poster of `In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel` with Cast and Crew". Internationalist Theatre. July 1983 – via Internet Archive. 
  41. August Strindberg (January 1984). "Internationalist Theatre Production of Miss Julie". Miss Julie – via theatricalia.com. 
  42. RB Marriott (2 February 1984). "Review of Miss Julie retrieved from British Newspaper archive". The Stage – via Internet Archive. 
  43. Jo Stanley (2 February 1984). "Profound Conflict review of Miss Julie retrieved from Morning Star paper archives". The Stage – via Internet Archive. 
  44. Franscis King (22 January 1984). "Miss Julie retrieved from Telegraph hisorical archive Gale". The Sunday Telegraph – via Internet Archive. 
  45. Maxim Gorky (March 1985). "Production of Enemies". Enemies – via theatricalia.com. 
  46. Tom Vaughan (26 March 1985). "Review of Enemies". The Morning Star – via Internet Archive. 
  47. Barney Bardsley (March 1985). "Review of Enemies". City Limits – via Internet Archive. 
  48. BBC Russian Service (March 1985). "Broadcast transcript of review of Enemies". BBC Russian service – via Internet Archive. 
  49. Paul Lewenstein (March 1985). "review of Enemies". Camden News Journal – via Internet Archive. 
  50. "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 [6]
  • [7] Internationalist Theatre productions
  • [8]
  • [9] Angelique Rockas on Hellenism.net
  • [10] Angelique Rockas :Strong,Bold and Unafraid
  • [11] Angelique Rockas : Una actiz multiplicada Vogue Mexico
  • [12] London Theatre Archive