EXPRESSIONAL BIPOLARITY OF THE THEATRE (SELECTED CASE STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY THEATRE)
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The author contemplates expressional bipolarity of contemporary art of the theatre. He is interested personally in whether theatre has yet a chance to purify spectators. He explores theatre in terms of reception, and also focuses on methods of addressing the themes of the day. Using case studies of selected productions in contemporary theatre, he reflects on the intentions of a number of theatre directors whose particular intention is for the theatre to provoke or manipulate spectators.
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