Program for Ubu Roi, produced by Le Théâtre de l'Oeuvre
Maker and role
Artist: Alfred Jarry, French, 1873-1907
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7 7/8 x 9 7/16in (20 x 24cm)
Gift of the Tobin Foundation for Theatre Arts and Museum purchase
Play by Alfred Jarry. Revival produced by Lugné-Poe at Le Théâtre de L'Œuvre, Paris, 1922.
Artistes et théâtres d'avant-garde: programmes de théâtre illustrés, Paris, 1890-1900; Geneviève Aitken, Samuel Josefowitz (b.1921, d.2015); 1991; p. 80, 105; no. 87b
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Thank you for your comment. The McNay appreciates our guests and their pursuit of true and accurate information. We have referred to our own records and realized due to an old cataloging discrepancy, the wrong date was entered into the digital record. You can now see the updated and accurate information on the listing. We hope you continue to utilize and explore our collections! -Kim Neptune, Assistant Curator, Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts
- Admin posted 2 years ago.
This posting identification is erroneous. It suggests that this is the poster for the infamous original 1896 production, but it is actually for Lugné-Poe's 1922 revival production at the Théâtre de l'Oeuvre. The giveaway? The poster announces the King and Queen to be played by René Fauchois and Mlle. Pierly, but the original 1896 leads were Firmin Gémier and Louise France.
- Andrew Ade posted 2 years ago.