Joseph Otto Kesselring né le 21 juin 1902 à New York et mort le 5 novembre 1967 à Kingston est un auteur dramatique américain.

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  • Joseph Otto Kesselring né le 21 juin 1902 à New York et mort le 5 novembre 1967 à Kingston est un auteur dramatique américain.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (* 21. Juli 1902 in New York City, New York; † 5. November 1967 in Kingston, New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller, Dramatiker, Schauspieler und Regisseur.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (New York, 21 giugno 1902 – Kingston, 5 novembre 1967) è stato un drammaturgo statunitense.Fra le dodici pièces teatrali da lui scritte, l'unica ad avere un certo successo è stata Arsenico e vecchi merletti, da cui è stato tratto l'omonimo film del 1944 diretto da Frank Capra.Dal 1980 è stato creato un premio, in suo onore, assegnato ai migliori drammaturghi emergenti. Fra i premiati, Tony Kushner e David Auburn.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (21. července 1902 – 5. listopadu 1967) byl americký spisovatel a dramatik, který se nejvíce proslavil svou hrou Arsenic and Old Lace (Jezinky a bezinky) napsanou v roce 1939 pod původním názvem Bodies in Our Cellar (Těla v našem sklepě). Narodil se v New Yorku Henrymu and Frances Kesselringovým. Prarodiče s otcovy strany němečtí imigranti. Matka byla Kanaďanka. Mladý Joseph strávil většinu svého dětství okolo divadla. V roce 1922 začal vyučovat vokální hudbu a také začal režírovat. Celkově napsal 12 her, z nichž tyto čtyři byly uvedeny na Broadwayi: Wisdom in Women (1935), Arsenic and Old Lace (1941), Four Twelves are 48 (1951) a Mother of that Wisdom (1963).Od roku 1980 uděluje National Arts Club cenu pojmenovanou po Kesselringovi, a to Joseph Kesselring Prize for up-and-coming playwrights. Udělování tohoto ocenění bylo založeno Kesselringovou vdovou Charlotte.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (July 21, 1902 – November 5, 1967) was an American playwright known best for Arsenic and Old Lace, a hit on Broadway from 1939 to 1944 and other countries as well. He was born in New York City to Henry and Frances Kesselring. His father's parents were immigrants from Germany. His mother was an English Canadian. Kesselring spent much of his life in and around the theater. In 1922 he began teaching vocal music and directed stage productions at Bethel College in North Newton, Kansas a Mennonite school. After two years, Kesselring left teaching and returned to the stage, working for two years with an amateur theatrical group in Niagara, New York. He began working as a freelance playwright in 1933, completing 12 original plays, of which four were produced on Broadway: Wisdom in Women (1935), Arsenic and Old Lace (1939), Four Twelves are 48 (1951), and Mother of that Wisdom (1963). "Arsenic and Old Lace" was his masterpiece. It ran for 1444 performances on Broadway and 1337 performances in London, and became a staple on the high school and dinner theater circuits. The movie version released in 1944 was also a comedy hit.In 1939 America's old WASP elite came under ridicule in Kesserling's smash Broadway comedy hit, "Arsenic and Old Lace." The play appeared at a time of strong isolationist sentiment regarding European affairs, of the sort that was very strong at Bethel College. The play suggested that the elite running America had a murderous heritage. Kesserling lived in a college house that resembled the set of "Arsenic and Old Lace," and locals have tried to identify who were some of some of the character models he used. Kesserling was an Episcopalian who did not fit in well with the straight-laced college. He moved on in 1924.Kesselring died in Kingston, New York in 1967 at the age of 65.In 1980, the National Arts Club created the Joseph Kesselring Prize for up-and-coming playwrights. It was funded by Kesselring's widow, Charlotte. Among the playwrights who have won the prize are Tony Kushner, David Adjmi, Doug Wright, Anna Deavere Smith, David Auburn, Rajiv Joseph, Melissa James Gibson, Jo Carson, Nicky Silver, David Lindsay-Abaire, José Rivera, Naomi Wallace, Philip Kan Gotanda, Kira Obolensky, Tracey Scott Wilson, and Marion McClinton.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (ur. 21 lipca 1902 w Nowym Jorku, zm. 5 listopada 1967 w Kingston) – amerykański pisarz i dramaturg, najbardziej znany jako autor sztuki Arszenik i stare koronki z 1939 roku.Urodził się w Nowym Jorku jako syn Henry'ego i Frances Kesselringów. Jego dziadkowie ze strony ojca byli niemieckimi emigrantami. Kesselring pracował jako nauczyciel śpiewu, reżyser teatralny i producent wodewili. W 1933 zaczął jako freelancer pisać sztuki, głównie komedie, tworząc ich 12. Cztery z nich wystawione były na Broadwayu: Wisdom in Women (1935), Arsenic and Old Lace (Arszenik i stare koronki) (1941), Four Twelves are 48 (1951) i Mother of that Wisdom (1963).Zmarł w Kingston w stanie Nowy Jork w 1967 roku.
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  • Joseph Otto Kesselring né le 21 juin 1902 à New York et mort le 5 novembre 1967 à Kingston est un auteur dramatique américain.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (* 21. Juli 1902 in New York City, New York; † 5. November 1967 in Kingston, New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller, Dramatiker, Schauspieler und Regisseur.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (New York, 21 giugno 1902 – Kingston, 5 novembre 1967) è stato un drammaturgo statunitense.Fra le dodici pièces teatrali da lui scritte, l'unica ad avere un certo successo è stata Arsenico e vecchi merletti, da cui è stato tratto l'omonimo film del 1944 diretto da Frank Capra.Dal 1980 è stato creato un premio, in suo onore, assegnato ai migliori drammaturghi emergenti. Fra i premiati, Tony Kushner e David Auburn.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (ur. 21 lipca 1902 w Nowym Jorku, zm. 5 listopada 1967 w Kingston) – amerykański pisarz i dramaturg, najbardziej znany jako autor sztuki Arszenik i stare koronki z 1939 roku.Urodził się w Nowym Jorku jako syn Henry'ego i Frances Kesselringów. Jego dziadkowie ze strony ojca byli niemieckimi emigrantami. Kesselring pracował jako nauczyciel śpiewu, reżyser teatralny i producent wodewili. W 1933 zaczął jako freelancer pisać sztuki, głównie komedie, tworząc ich 12.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (21. července 1902 – 5. listopadu 1967) byl americký spisovatel a dramatik, který se nejvíce proslavil svou hrou Arsenic and Old Lace (Jezinky a bezinky) napsanou v roce 1939 pod původním názvem Bodies in Our Cellar (Těla v našem sklepě). Narodil se v New Yorku Henrymu and Frances Kesselringovým. Prarodiče s otcovy strany němečtí imigranti. Matka byla Kanaďanka. Mladý Joseph strávil většinu svého dětství okolo divadla.
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (July 21, 1902 – November 5, 1967) was an American playwright known best for Arsenic and Old Lace, a hit on Broadway from 1939 to 1944 and other countries as well. He was born in New York City to Henry and Frances Kesselring. His father's parents were immigrants from Germany. His mother was an English Canadian. Kesselring spent much of his life in and around the theater.
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