|Statement||by Roberto Athayde.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 49 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||49|
Miss Margaridas Way Hardcover – January 1, by Roberto ATHAYDE (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Roberto ATHAYDE. Banned, then censored in Brazil (the playwright's homeland), Miss Margarida's Way is a searing drama that looks deeply into the heart of power. Audiences and critics in over fifty countries have cheered this allegory about totalitarianism that uses a classroom as its central metaphor. Miss Margarida teaches, teases, and taunts her eighth-grade claBrand: Samuel French, Incorporated. Banned, then censored in Brazil, the playwright's homeland, Miss Margarida's Way is a searing drama that looks deeply into the heart of power. Audiences and critics in over 50 countries have cheered this allegory about totalitarianism which uses as its' central metaphor a classroom.4/5. MISS MARGARIDA'S WAY - PROGRAM - [ATHAYDE, ROBERTO (WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. MISS MARGARIDA'S WAY - PROGRAM - Author: ROBERTO (WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY) ATHAYDE.
"Miss Margarida's Way" was staged in San Francisco in , with Michael Learned in the title role; this was followed later that year by a New York production featuring Estelle Parsons. In book form, the play is accompanied by an introductory article by Mel Gussow (the article originally appeared in "The New York Times" on J ).5/5. Miss Margarida's Way Miss Margarida's Way is a satirical play written by Brazil's Roberto Athayde. The play is set in what looks like a school classroom. The play's cast typically consists of only two people: Miss Margarida, a school teacher, and a male student. Miss Margarida's way: tragicomic monologue for an impetuous woman by Athayde, Roberto, Pages: A Miss Margarida doll in a replica outfit with matching braided topknot is posed in a most lascivious way. Lighting design by Trevor Norton accentuates the lunacy of the moment.
Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Miss Margarida's Way This one-woman play is subtitled "Tragicomic Monologue for an Impetuous Woman." Miss Margarida is an eighth-grade teacher, and the audience is . (as of ) Total Current Gross: $88, Highest Weekly Gross: $38, (Week Ending ) Average Ticket Price: $ Average % Capacity: %. Miss Margarida's way by Roberto Athayde, , Nelson Doubleday edition, in English - [Book club edition].Pages: The most frightening moment in Theater on Fire's screwball revival of Roberto Athayde's Miss Margarida's Way is the entrance of Miss Margarida herself. The lights dim, a door slams, and Miss Margarida's (Kelly Rauch) high-heeled footsteps sound her arrival from the back. For a moment, she could be any monstrous authority figure.