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    Australian Theatre Ruby Moon and Stolen

    Contemporary Australian theatre mainly focuses on the reflection of the ‘real’ Australia and speaking to the viewers real and modern issues/ideas that reply to the social climate and community. Australian theatre practitioners use numerous performance kinds, techniques and dramatic conventions to assist painting their ideas to their audiences and make them feel a selected way […] More

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    Arthur Miller & Theatre

    The stage instructions direct Eddie to say his line ‘sardonically’. Here, dramatic irony is used by Miller. Alfieri is trying to explain to Eddie that his emotions are mistaken or mixed up. However Eddie thinks Alfieri doesn’t perceive that he has to protect Catherine and belittles what Alfieri says with a sarcastic reply. The audience, […] More

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    Antonin Artaud: Theatre of Cruelty

    Antonin Artaud’s most profound piece of labor was not a poem, not a play, not an acting function, but a concept: Artaud’s Theatre of Cruelty. He started to kind his Theatre of Cruelty concept after studying of the Balinese theatre that seemed, to him, to share qualities together with his ideas about theatre. Artaud held […] More

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    Ancient Greek Theatre

    The Greek theatre history begins with festivals which honor gods. An example of such a festival was ‘City Dionysia’ pageant which honored god Dionysus. During this pageant, which was happening in Athens men perform songs to welcome god Dionysus. Plays were additionally presented. Athens was the principle metropolis the place these festivals and theatrical traditions […] More

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    Actresses in Modern Indian Theatre

    Actresss in Modern Indian Theatre 1.Female Impersonators: Women’s visibleness in the public presentation infinite in India in the last century or so has been the outcomes of, as Kathryn Hansen provinces, ‘a drawn-out procedure of dialogue, wherein the performing artist ‘s position and picture have been reworked to combine the marks of Indian womanhood’ ( […] More

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    Abbey Theatre and Easter Rising

    Briefly overviewing one of the influences in one of the politics I will be talking about within this paper, the Abbey Theatre was founded as a nationwide theatre for Ireland by W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory in the year 1904. They were each influential revolutionaries that defined the ambition of the Abbey Theatre with their […] More

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    Woman in Black theatre review

    In June 2012 I had the pleasure of watching The Woman In Black in the Fortune Theatre. A spine-chilling adaptation of the 1983 novel by Susan Hill. The story explores a tale of a ‘woman in black’ who is said to haunt the living, when a young solicitor enters a town where the villagers are […] More

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    Function of Music in Theatre

    QUESTION #1 Discuss the dramatic functions of music in two works of Music Theatre, including some consideration of the relationship between music and other elements of the performance event. Music and drama have the capability of not only integrating to create spectacular visual and aural events in theatre, but they have a distinct capacity to […] More