Anna Prucnal - Theatre


  • 1971 : Small Mahagonny, Bertolt Brecht
  • 1971 : The Parisian life, Jacques Offenbach
  • 1972 : Seven deadly sins, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill
  • 1972 : Gave Mobil, Claude Prey
  • 1973 : Rock bottom, Marc’ O
  • 1973 : The Four binoculars, Copi
  • 1974 : Ubu with the opera, Alfred Jarry
  • 1975 : A.A. theaters of Adamov, Roger Planchon
  • 1975 : Middle-class Madnesses, Roger Planchon
  • 1975 : The Man occis, Claude Prey
  • 1975 : Nights of Paris
  • 1976 : The French Grandmother, by Eugene Ionesco'
  • 1977 : Jacques or the tender and the future in the eggs, by Eugene Ionesco'
  • 1977 : Domestic industry, F.K. Kroetz, Jacques Lassalle
  • 1978 : Remagen, Anna Seghers, by Jacques Lassalle
  • 1978 : Kabaret, Jean Mailland
  • 1984 : The Beautiful Helene, Jacques Offenbach
  • 1984 : The human Voice, Jean Cocteau and Francis Poulenc
  • 1986 : Ghetto, Josual Sobol
  • 1987 : Connected, Eugene O’ Neill
  • 1988 : Awakes Philadelphia, François Billetdoux
  • 1990 : The Opera of quat’ under, Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill
  • 1991 : The Room, Wilhelm de Tove Ditlevsen
  • 1992 : Mr Brecht, according to Bertolt Brecht
  • 1993 : The human Voice, Jean Cocteau and Francis Poulenc
  • 1994 : The following days which sing false, Josual Sobol
  • 1996 : Gernika 1937, a lyric review, of Jean Mailland'
  • 1999 : The Circus of Giuseppe, Jean-Louis Bauer and Piotr Moss
  • 2000 : Song of the swan and other stories, Anton Tchekhov'
  • 2002 : The Foreigner of the city, Bernard Martin
  • 2003 : Red Evil and gold, Jean Cocteau
  • 2004 : Anna Prucnal and Jean Cocteau
  • 2005 : The Vagina Monologues, by Eve Ensler

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