Clavigo is a five-act tragedy written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1774. The lead role is taken by Pierre Beaumarchais. The play was written in just eight days in May 1774. It was published by July 1774 and is the first printed work to which Goethe put his own name, although the play was received with disfavour.
During the 1970s, Clavigo was adapted as a TV movie.
- Clavigo 1902 translation Archive.org
- Notes from a 1999 Glasgow Citizen's Theatre production
- Notes from a 1999 Opéra National de Paris ballet version
- Clavigo YouTube
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