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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Philosophy of theatrical expressionism

Expressio Saying, personality in literature and art of their initial years of the 20th century (1905-1925), among those regions of the European populous. Started at Europe like an Answer into this Intense societal tragedy of this very first quarter of this 20th century (even that the very first global war, even that the meltdown of […]

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Language and style in the dramatic art Part 2

Language poetry and theater in practice and in the theoretical limit synthetic. Take, for example, is technically similar to that modeled above. This time historical: the aforementioned “Forest” Meyerhold words differently varying the tune of “all high and beautiful”, clearly showed the lust. Theoretically, no matter whether out of tune. It is important that there […]

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Language and style in the dramatic art Part 1

In a sense the viewer is given form. But the theatre became a matter of reality, it must be embodied in some substance. And the only substance from which the form may be cut, which can only be implemented by just a theatrical text when we see it as a form, is the language. Theatrical […]

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Tragedy and comedy

Thousands of years ago people believed that hunting or fishing will be successful if, going into the woods or the river, first cast the upcoming. The hunters were gathered together, and one painted on a rock or the ground bison, and all other metal painted beast spears and arrows. “Murdered! Killed!” shouted the ancient people […]

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The development of Ancient Greek theatre

Greek theater hails from festivals in honor of their God Dionysus. At first Dionysus was worshiped by the Greeks since the God of those productive forces of character, but later, as soon as individuals of Ancient Greece begun to nurture blossom, he turned into the God of wine, also the God of poetry and theater. […]

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