THE CHAIRS A Tragic Farce The Characters OLD MAN, aged 95 OLD WOMAN, aged 94 THE ORATOR, aged 45 to 50 And many other characters SCENE: Circular walls with a recess upstage center.
A large, very sparsely furnished room.
To the right, going upstage from the proscenium, three doors.
Then a window with a stool in front of it; then another door.
EUGENE IONESCO have opened the gate of the garden.
] OLD WOMAN: In the garden the grass was wet.
OLD MAN: There was a path which led to a little square and in the center, a village church.
Where was this village?
The Chairs bare, we -laughed.
117 OLD WOMAN [laughing]: At last we laughed like idiots, at last, 20/11/2006 For Ionesco ‘s Sandaliha ( The Chairs ), Bahman Mohasses created a number of decorative and expressive chairs that when put together suggested an abstract forest.
The Chairs ( French : Les Chaises ) is an absurdist ” tragic farce ” play by Eugne Ionesco.
The Chairs is a play by Eugne Ionesco that was first published in 1952.
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