Contemporary Armenian American Drama : An Anthology, Nishan Parlakian

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Tribute: Nishan Parlakian, Educator and Dramatist (1925-2011)


Sep 22, 2011 ... NEW YORK — Educator and dramatist Dr. Nishan Parlakian was one of those ... Contemporary Armenian American Drama: An Anthology of ...

Contemporary Armenian American Drama : An Anthology, Nishan Parlakian

A devoted family man like his father, nishan parlakian leaves behind his wife of many years, florence (née mechtel) two children, nishan payel (and wife margot) and elizabeth rose, as well as grandchildren, liliana and rose parlakian. A decline began with the fall of the last independent armenian kingdom, the lusignan dynasty of cilicia in 1375. Turks, whose introduction to armenian theatre was at the homes of their armenian friends, soon saw armenian actors on turkish stages as well.

Papazian was a native of istanbul and lived the second half of his life in soviet armenia (18881968). She and vahram papazian performed in levon shants the emperor in 1916 when it first appeared on the tiflis stage. Greek tragedies, orations, and historical commentaries which survived until the second century a.

His most famous plays are brother balthazar, the honorable beggars, and abisoghom agha. In 1930, he helped the famed actor-director, caspar ipekian, in the formation of beiruts first armenian theatre group. Parlakian spent 16 seasons (1972-1988) as artistic director of the armenian church of americas diocesan players, during which time he staged plays by shirvanzade, sundukian, baronian, asadour and others. Chardins account reveals that the goussan tradition was still alive with mime action, accompanied by music, singing and dancing, similar to opera.

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    Sep 15, 2011 ... Dr. Nishan Parlakian with two of his publications in the background: Contemporary Armenian American Drama and a special Ararat ... in the Columbia University Press anthology, Modern Armenian Drama (2001), which he  ...
    Contemporary Armenian American Drama : An Anthology, Nishan Parlakian

    Parlakian has translated and published a number of classical and modern armenian plays into english, usually adding his own introductions. The armenian theatre has its roots in the theatre of ancient greece, and it was a natural development of ancient religious rituals, when hired professional gusans (troubadours), sang the praises of the noblemans ancestors in lengthy verses. Their success led to the construction of new school auditoriums and theatres in various parts of constantinople.

    Papazian was a native of istanbul and lived the second half of his life in soviet armenia (18881968). A brilliant man of letters, his plays offer a broad scope of human nature, its frailties and virtues. His multifaceted role within the armenian- american community has included long-term relationships with the armenian students association and with the diocese of the armenian church of america (eastern).

    In the eighteenth century, original plays and translations of european plays were published in classical armenian. His most popular play, nazar the brave (kaj nazar, 1923), satirizes bourgeois morality and has been adapted very successfully to film. Massehian was a rare individual who served as iranian ambassador to london and to berlin during his career in government service. Parlakian was artistic director of the armenian students association players from 1950 to 1954 in 1974, with the new york armenian students association, he presented a program titled directing armenians.

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    Dec 2011 | Year-End Review: Occupy Armenian Theater, by Aram .... copy of a new anthology that surveys plays written in English by authors of Armenian ancestry. “Contemporary Armenian American Drama,” edited by Nishan Parlakian and ...

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