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Vida e Obra de Gil Vicente
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The play of the sibyl Cassandra.
He was twice married; first to actress, singer and dancer, Mariana, who had spent six years as a performer in service to the frail and inferm Don Gaston, Duke de Medinaceli, an avowed friar and cleric,whose estate was the subject of a lawsuit filed by Lope de Rueda on his wife's behalf laying claim to six years of back wages. Modern adaptation Nineteen of the 26 pasos were translated into English between and by Joan Bucks Hansen, and staged by Steve Hansen and the St.
George Street Players of St. Augustine,FL where they were performed nightly for five years in the city's restored Spanish Quarter; and they presented seven of the translations in at the Ninth Siglo de Oro Festival at Chamizal.
FOUR PLAYS OF GIL VICENTE
However, Braamcamp Freire proposes the year , while de Brito Rebelo proposes between and Vicente's own works indicate contradictory dates. Since , when official festivities commemorating the th birthday of the writer were held, the date of has been almost universally accepted. The year of his death is commonly recorded as , the year after which he ceased writing; no further reference to him is found in subsequent documents of the era.
His place of burial is unknown. No surviving portraits of Gil Vicente remain.
As a writer. Its staging included offerings of simple and rustic gifts, such as cheese, to the future king, from whom great achievements were expected. Because of the influence of Queen Leonor, who would become his greatest patron in the years to come, Gil Vicente realized that his talent would allow him to do much more than simply adapt his first work for similar occasions. Vicente's oeuvre spans the years between and He wrote no fewer than forty-four pieces, ten of which are in Spanish, fourteen in Portuguese, and the remainder in mingled Portuguese and Spanish.
Comedies and farces.