The Theater And Its Double

Author: Antonin Artaud
Editor: Grove Press
ISBN: 9780802150301
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A collection of manifestos originally published in 1938, in which the French artist and philosopher attacks conventional assumptions about the drama, and calls for the influx of irrational material - based on dreams, religion, and emotion - in order to make the theater vital for modern audiences.
The Theater and Its Double
Language: en
Pages: 159
Authors: Antonin Artaud
Categories: Drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 1958 - Publisher: Grove Press

A collection of manifestos originally published in 1938, in which the French artist and philosopher attacks conventional assumptions about the drama, and calls for the influx of irrational material - based on dreams, religion, and emotion - in order to make the theater vital for modern audiences.
Theatre and Its Double
Language: en
Pages: 161
Authors: Antonin Artaud
Categories: Performing Arts
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-01-01 - Publisher: Alma Books

First published in 1938, The Theatre and Its Double is a collection of essays detailing Antonin Artaud's radical theories on drama and theatre, which he saw as being stifled by conservatism and lack of experimentation.Containing the famous manifestos of the 'Theatre of Cruelty', the collection analyses the underlying impulses of
The Theatre and Its Double
Language: en
Pages: 108
Authors: Antonin Artaud
Categories: Performing Arts
Type: BOOK - Published: 1993-01-01 - Publisher: John Calder Pub Limited

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Language: en
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The Early Modern Theatre of Cruelty and its Doubles
Language: en
Pages: 270
Authors: Amanda Di Ponio
Categories: Performing Arts
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-08-21 - Publisher: Springer

This book examines the influence of the early modern period on Antonin Artaud’s seminal work The Theatre and Its Double, arguing that Elizabethan and Jacobean drama and their early modern context are an integral part of the Theatre of Cruelty and essential to its very understanding. The chapters draw links