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The theater, which is in no thing, but makes use of everything--gestures, sounds, words, screams, light, darkness--rediscovers its ...
"Theater of cruelty" means a theater difficult and cruel for myself first of all. And, on the level of performance, it is not the ...
An honest appraisal of the respective pleasures derived from theater and cinema, at least as to what is less intellectual and more ...
The theater-goer in conventional dramatic theater says: Yes, I've felt that way, too. That's the way I am. That's life. That's the ...
It is not enough to demand insight and informative images of reality from the theater. Our theater must stimulate a desire for und ...
The alienation effect in German epic theater is achieved not only through the actors, but also through music (chorus and song) and ...
Very roughly, the drama may be called that part of theatrical art which lends itself most readily to intellectual discussion; what ...
The art of the theater--notoriously an "impure" art--seems to be as close to the art of politics as it is to poetry, painting or m ...
The audience is the most revered member of the theater. Without an audience there is no theater. Every technique learned by the ac ...
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Tony Pastor, the pioneer of vaudeville, played the theater in 1876.... He had been preceded by P.T. Barnum, and
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