Vans Diane (Boucicault Dion)( American actor and playwright of Irish descent.)
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Biography Vans Diane (Boucicault Dion)
Dionysius Lardner Busik was born Dec. 26, 1820 in Dublin. He graduated from the University of London. First success Vans has brought great melodrama London insurance (London Assurance, 1841). Having achieved fame as a playwright, Vans in 1853 went to the U.S., where he lived and then almost always. Step one of the most popular pieces, created by the playwright in the United States, the poor of New York (The Poor of New York, 1857), takes place during the exchange crises of 1837 and 1857; Busik humanism itself in sympathy for the victims of fraud. Another significant piece Vans, Oktoron (The Octoroon, 1859), the interesting attempt to reconcile the positions of the North and South: supporting the liberation of African Americans, the playwright sympathetically portrays the lifestyles of southerners.
From the Irish plays Busik most famous - Fortress girls (The Colleen Bawn, 1860), in which the husband plans the murder of his wife to associate life with another woman. Another successful play in the Irish material - Tramp (The Shaughraun, 1874), it is based on events of the Irish rebellion 1866. Among the pieces on American themes - the early processing of plays Rip Van Winkle (Rip Van Winkle, 1865) and Belle Lamar (Belle Lamar, 1874) - about the disintegration of families during the civil war on the basis of political confrontation. Among other noteworthy pieces Busik gray heads and young hearts (Old Heads and Young Hearts), . Louis XI (Louis XI), . Brothers Corsicans (The Corsican Brothers), . Vampire (Vampire), . Love in the maze (Love in a Maze), . Tormented (Used Up), . Streets of London (Streets of London), . Papa O'Dowd (Daddy O'Dowd) and foul play (Foul Play),
. Died Vans in New York on 18 September 1890.