Theatre today

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What you need to do to be better and to stay longer on a stage? You have to love the stage, to learn all life,...

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Many of us certainly knew, or have already ride the novel Don Quixote de la Mancha, by Miguel de Cervantes, published in two parts (1605 –...

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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...

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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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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...

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Music has been a central feature of theatre for more than 2000 years. It can be argued that musical theatre is, in fact, the...

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The theatre in the early years of 21st century, is by all phenomena going trough period that can be previously found in theatre, in...

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As the twenty-first century begins, a new era appears to be emerging. Three major movements characterize theatre today: a theatre of postmodern experiment, an...