theatre

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When we say French cabaret first what we think is Moulen Rouge, but it is not real picture for the cabaret from its beginning....

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MULTIMEDIA, Meaning and Possibilities Multimedia means to use more than one medium of communication, to show and make a different artistic expression. We can...

1990

1. You always have to make choices. Whatever you work in theatre you have to make choices, choose the play, the scene, light, music,...

2100

Site-specific theatre is theatrical production of plays, performances or happenings,  designed to be performed at a specially adapted location, without intention for  theatrical purposes...

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The audience in the true mining of the word is a group of individuals gathered together at a certain time and place to see...

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Looking through the history of theatre, we can find many and various ways of making theatre and plays. Traditionally, there is a hierarchical method...

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Monodrama is a theatrical form, with specific concept and own nature. It is theatrical form, made, written, designed, or acted by a single person,...

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Street theatre is a form of theatrical performance and presentation in outdoor public spaces where there are large number of people. The actors who perform...

1974

A lot of famous big-screen actors started their career by performing in theater. Actors is a actors regardless if they act in front of...

1930

As someone who came from a family of doctors, started out pre-med in college, detoured to philosophy, then teaching, and finally to theatre —...

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Bertolt Brecht one of the most prominent figures in the 20th-century theatre, was poet, playwright, and theatrical reformer. He was concerned with encouraging audiences...

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Katalin Ladik is charismatic, provocative poet, performance artist and actress. She was born in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia 1942, but she has lived and worked...

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A play begins its life in the mind of its creator and ends it in the minds and memories of those who have seen...

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The twentieth century was particularly violent and the theatre reflected and responded to its tensions with a dramaturgical violence and abandon that brought the...