Ferenc Molnár

Also known as: Ferenc Neumann Molnar AKA Franz Molnar

Ferenc Molnár (originally Ferenc Neumann; 12 January 1878, in Budapest – 1 April 1952, in New York City) was a Hungarian dramatist and novelist. His Americanized name was Franz Molnar. He emigrated to the United States to escape persecution of HungarianJews by German authorities during World War II.

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(Objekt ID 31825)
Object type Person
Also known as Ferenc Neumann Molnar AKA Franz Molnar
Born January 12, 1878 (dead April 1, 1952)
Functions Author, Dramatist/Playwright
Nationality Hungarian
Gender Male
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Source:

Wikipedia, wikipedia.org, 13.10.2012, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferenc_Moln%C3%A1r

Involved in productions
Title Premiere Role
Carousel (The Norwegian Theatre) March 20, 1998 Author
Ektemenn og elskere (Teaterprosjekt '84) June 13, 1987 Playwright
Carousel (Rogaland Theatre) June 19, 1981 Author
One, Two, Three (The National Theatre) February 24, 1966 Playwright
En, to, tre (Rogaland Theatre) 1955 Playwright
One, Two, Three (Trøndelag Theatre) December 26, 1940 Playwright
Souper (The National Stage) March 29, 1931 Playwright
En-to-tre (The National Stage) March 29, 1931 Playwright
En-to-tre (The National Theatre) December 6, 1930 Playwright
Souper (The National Theatre) December 6, 1930 Playwright
En komedie på slottet (The National Theatre) February 8, 1927 Playwright
Forsvarsadvokaten (Centralteatret) September 2, 1916 Playwright
Djævelen (The National Stage) May 7, 1909 Playwright
Djævelen (The National Theatre) September 17, 1908 Playwright
Artworks
Title Premiere Role
Liliom Script – Author
Ektemenn og elskere Script – Author
One, Two, Three 1929, Script – Author
En komedie på slottet 1925, Script, Light comedy/slapstick – Author
Forsvarsadvokaten 1902, Script, Farce – Author
Souper 1931, Script, One-act Play – Author