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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 ...
Their rebukes have never made me angry, because I have always wondered why they did not rebuke me more. They should have. Their fr ...
Haggerty: Girls! Girls! Girls! Be careful of my hats.
Chorus Girl: Well, we gotta get down on the stage.
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The audience is the most revered member of the theater. Without an audience there is no theater. Every technique learned by the ac ...
Next we come to the bronchial buster, or the man (it is usually a man) who, being in the throes of a terrific throat and tube trou ...
The history of theater from the medieval period until the nineteenth century has been in large part a history of further and furth ...
There is a play of the nineteen-twenties, called L'Abime (The Abyss), by the well known French author Suire. It has already passed ...
Western man represents himself, on the political or psychological stage, in a spectacular world-theater. Our personality is innate ...
... perhaps there exists only one intelligence from which the world sublets, one intelligence toward which each person, from the d ...
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