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Category: history of theatre

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Nov 30 2020

Twentieth century theatre

Theatre has evolved through many years, twentieth-century theatre depicts a time of extraordinary change in the theatre culture, especially in Europe and North America. There were long-term challenges in theatrical representation, which resulted in advancement of numerous new types of theatre such as Modernism, Expressionism, Impressionism, political theatre and other forms of Experimental theatre. Theatre showed tons of improvement after 19th century. Theatre forms like naturalism and realism which already existed developed continuously. Improvements in areas like Gender theory and postmodern philosophy distinguished and created subjects for the theatre to explore.

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Nov 23 2020

Roman Theatre

Rome was established in 753 B.C.E as a government under Etruscan rule, and stayed as such all through the initial over two centuries of its reality. Earliest roman stage was influenced by Phylakes also known as hilarotragedy, Atellan Farces also known as Oscan Games and Fescennine verses- Italian poetry. From 240 B.C.E to 100 B.C.E, Roman venue had been acquainted with a time of literary drama, inside which old style and post-traditional Greek plays had been adapted to Roman theatre.

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Nov 20 2020

History of Street Plays in India

“Street play” – the word itself gives us feeling of enthusiasm, engagement of audience, creativity, drama and the reflection of local culture in performance. So how did the concept of street came into existence? How has it evolved? How is it performed now?

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Yukta Bhavsar
Nov 9 2020

Spanish Golden Age Theatre

Spanish golden age was somewhere between 1500s till late 1600s, it was a period of Aesthetics and Literature. There was an extra-ordinary growth seen in these fields during this period. Other countries had their Golden age, but Spanish golden age was full of art and achievements.

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