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Renu Setna as Chaplain, Josephine Welcome as Kattrin, Margaret Robertson as Mother Courage, in Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht, Internationalist Theatre

Internationalist Theatre is a London theatre company founded by South African Greek actress Angelique Rockas in September 1980.[1] The company was originally named New Internationalist Theatre,[2][3] with an intention to pursue an internationalist approach in its choice of plays as well as "a multi-racial drama policy, with an even mix of performers drawn from different cultural groups".[1][4]

The theatre has received coverage from stage papers around the world.[5][6][7][8][9] It received charity status in 1986.[10]

Performances and reception

The Internationalist Theatre has put on plays by, among others, Jean Genet (The Balcony),[11] Brecht (Mother Courage and Her Children), Luigi Pirandello (Liolà),[12][13] Tennessee Williams (In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel),[14] Strindberg (Miss Julie)[15] and Maxim Gorky (Enemies).[16] Their critical reception was generally favourable,[11][17][14][18][19] although not universally; Time Out magazine disliked Mother Courage,[20] and the Financial Times found LiolàTemplate:'s multi-national casting problematic.[21]

Angelique Rockas as Carmen with Okon Jones in Genet's The Balcony, Internationalist Theatre

See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Robert Conway (1988). British Alternative Theatre Directory. J. Offord. pp. 27–28. ISBN 9780903931380. https://books.google.com/books?id=BjFaAAAAMAAJ&q=%22Internationalist+Theatre%22. 
  2. British Theatre Directory editor (1990). "British Theatre directory Internationalist Theatre Entry". British Theatre Directory page 336. https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=lzkOAQAAMAAJ&q=%22Angelique+Rockas%22&dq=%22Angelique+Rockas%22&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjg0LLdmPjXAhVjI8AKHYyIAyoQ6AEIQzAG/. 
  3. https://archiv.adk.de/objekt/2583471
  4. Stage Editorial (9 April 1981). "Multi-racial Genet". The Stage. https://archive.org/details/TheStageTheatreNewsOriginal. 
  5. Dimitris Gionis (August 1992). "Interview Eleutherotipia Greece Angelique Rockas". https://archive.org/details/InterviewEleutherotipiaGreeceAngeliqueRockasAugust1992. 
  6. Ari Papadopoulos (July 1993). "Angelique Rockas 1005". National Herald USA. https://archive.org/details/NationalHeraldUSAAngeliqueRockas1005. 
  7. Luis Carlos Emmerich (July 1992). "Vogue Mexico Interview Angelique Rockas Multi Faceted Actress Spanish and English". Vogue Mexico. https://archive.org/details/VogueMexcoCoverJuly1992. 
  8. "Angelique Rockas: bold theatre pioneer". The South African. 10 August 2011. http://www.thesouthafrican.com/angelique-rockas-bold-theatre-pioneer/. 
  9. Evangelos Kordakis. "Angelique Rockas". hellenism.net. http://www.hellenism.net/interview_angelique-rockas.html. 
  10. Charity Commission (1986). "Internationalist Theatre granted Charity status". https://archive.org/details/InternationalistTheatreCharityRegistrationAngeliqueRockas1986. 
  11. 11.0 11.1 "Why An International Theatre". BBC French. 30 June 1981. https://archive.org/details/FirstPageOfBBCFrenchLanguageReview. 
  12. Harold Atkins (28 July 1982). "Deceit in a Sicilian village". The Daily Telegraph. https://archive.org/details/PdfInternationalistLiolaMultiRacialAndMultiNationalJuly1982. 
  13. Nicolas de Jongh (28 July 1982). "LIOLA". The Guardian. 
  14. 14.0 14.1 Lindsay Anderson (5 May 1983). "In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel". https://www.flickr.com/photos/internationalist_theatre_rockas/6459501423/in/album-72157627979736863/. 
  15. Michael Robinson (2008). "An International Annotated Bibliography of Strindberg Studies section 12 1378". https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=iMC5o-iJq-YC&pg=PA933&dq=%22Angelique+Rockas%22&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwibzKr-mvjXAhWoI8AKHbs4DiYQ6AEIJzAA#v=onepage&q=%22Angelique%20Rockas%22&f=false. 
  16. Theatre Record (March 1985). "Theatre Record Play index 05/p.0261 'Enemies ' 74/1207". Theatre Record. http://www.doollee.com/Main%20Pages/theatreRecordPlaysIndex.pdf. 
  17. "piace a Londra Liolà in teatro". Corriere della Serra. 20 July 1982. https://archive.org/details/Liola_review_corriere_della_serra_20_july_1982_Internationalist_theatre. 
  18. RB Marriott (2 February 1984). "Review of Miss Julie". The Stage. https://archive.org/details/TheStageMissJulieOriginal. 
  19. Tom Vaughan (26 March 1985). "Review of Enemies". The Morning Star. https://archive.org/details/MorningStarOrigianlEnemies. 
  20. Malcolm Hay (13 May 1982). "Full Review of Mother Courage". Time Out magazine. https://archive.org/details/TimeOutMalcolmHay13May1982. 
  21. "Liola!/Bloomsbury Theatre". Financial Times. 28 July 1982. https://archive.org/details/LiolaFTReviewInternationalistTheatreCommittedToInternationalCastingJuly1982. 

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