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The Infernal Machine, or La Machine Infernale is a French play by the dramatist Jean Cocteau, based on the ancient Greek myth of Oedipus. The play initially premiered on April 10, 1934 at the Theatre Louis Jouvet in Paris, France, under the direction of Louis Jouvet himself, with costumes and scene design by Christian Bérard. The Infernal Machine, as translated by Albert Bermel, was first played at the Phoenix Theatre, New York, on February 3, 1958, under the direction of Herbert Berghof, with scenery by Ming Cho Lee, costumes by Alvin Colt, and lighting by Tharon Musser.

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  • La Machine infernale est une pièce de théâtre française en 4 actes de Jean Cocteau, rédigée en 1932 et jouée pour la première fois le 10 avril 1934 à la Comédie des Champs-Élysées à Paris, théâtre alors dirigé par Louis Jouvet, dans les décors de Christian Bérard. Elle se fonde sur Œdipe roi de Sophocle. Cocteau dédie la pièce « à Marie-Laure et à Charles de Noailles ». (fr)
  • The Infernal Machine, or La Machine Infernale is a French play by the dramatist Jean Cocteau, based on the ancient Greek myth of Oedipus. The play initially premiered on April 10, 1934 at the Theatre Louis Jouvet in Paris, France, under the direction of Louis Jouvet himself, with costumes and scene design by Christian Bérard. The Infernal Machine, as translated by Albert Bermel, was first played at the Phoenix Theatre, New York, on February 3, 1958, under the direction of Herbert Berghof, with scenery by Ming Cho Lee, costumes by Alvin Colt, and lighting by Tharon Musser. (en)
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  • The Voice, The Young Soldier, The Soldier, The Officer,Jocasta,Tiresias, Ghost of KingLaius, TheSphinx,Anubis, A Thebian Mother, Her Son, Her Daughter,Oedipus, The Drunk, The Messenger from Corinth,Creon, The Old Shepherd,Antigone
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  • Thebes, Greece
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  • The Voice, The Young Soldier, The Soldier, The Officer, Jocasta, Tiresias, Ghost of King Laius, The Sphinx, Anubis, A Thebian Mother, Her Son, Her Daughter, Oedipus, The Drunk, The Messenger from Corinth, Creon, The Old Shepherd, Antigone (en)
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  • Tragedy (en)
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  • The Infernal Machine (en)
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  • French (en)
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  • Jean Cocteau (en)
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  • La Machine infernale est une pièce de théâtre française en 4 actes de Jean Cocteau, rédigée en 1932 et jouée pour la première fois le 10 avril 1934 à la Comédie des Champs-Élysées à Paris, théâtre alors dirigé par Louis Jouvet, dans les décors de Christian Bérard. Elle se fonde sur Œdipe roi de Sophocle. Cocteau dédie la pièce « à Marie-Laure et à Charles de Noailles ». (fr)
  • The Infernal Machine, or La Machine Infernale is a French play by the dramatist Jean Cocteau, based on the ancient Greek myth of Oedipus. The play initially premiered on April 10, 1934 at the Theatre Louis Jouvet in Paris, France, under the direction of Louis Jouvet himself, with costumes and scene design by Christian Bérard. The Infernal Machine, as translated by Albert Bermel, was first played at the Phoenix Theatre, New York, on February 3, 1958, under the direction of Herbert Berghof, with scenery by Ming Cho Lee, costumes by Alvin Colt, and lighting by Tharon Musser. (en)
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  • The Infernal Machine (play) (en)
  • La Machine infernale (fr)
  • 지옥의 기계 (ko)
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  • The Infernal Machine (en)
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