2009 -- ... Caligari
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"Others" is not just existential issue, but the most important topic for the 3rd millennium!
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Beckett Pages -- NB!
Book of Spectator and virtual Theatre [eBooks]
I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig. You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it. -- George Bernard Shaw
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THR413 -- Main direction for this class: POMO (postmodern) and thematic (topical) organization, instead of the chronology.
* The Compact Bedford Intro to Drama (textbook) *
" Thank you, The Academy..." [The Platonic Girls are in Theatre Theory Directory]:
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Aristotle: Objective Idealism
Aristotle Page in vtheatre.net/200/drama
Platonism: Subjective Idealism
The concept of "Ideas" ... and Christianity
Hegel: Objective Idealism
The End of Classical Philosophy...
... 150 years ago.
Concept of Individual, according to Marx (Self)
Neitzsche and some more antisocials (20th century, Foucault & Co.) are missing... PoMo
SummaryIn Paris, everybody wants to be an actor; nobody is content to be a spectator. --Jean Cocteau
QuestionsWhere is "No Exit" script online link?
Connect with pages -- Marxism and BAKHTIN?
NotesWar as Business - Brecht states in the Courage Model Book that the play conceives of war as a "continuation of business by other means." War is neither some supernatural force nor simply a rupture in civilization but one of civilization's preconditions and logical consequences. In this respect, there are many dialogues�the most explicit one appearing in Scene 3�that cast war as another profit venture by Europe's great leaders. Mother Courage is the play's primary small businesswoman, parasitically living off of the war with her canteen wagon. As the Model Book observes the "big profits are not made by little people." Courage's commitment to the business of war will cost her children, the war taking back for what it has provided her in flesh.
2005 & After
... feminism : men as others
Culture and Art of the Chorus
"The Hell is Others" -- Sartre, or "The Hell is Me" -- Antoly
* Five (historical, chronological) parts: Comedy, Drama, Tragedy, Modern, Postmodern, Realism & Anti-Realism (see pages @ THR directory @ Film-North
Drama Pages & 200X Files Aesthetics
Anti-Realism and The End of the National Theatre (Styles and Movements)
The trick is to organize Structural (Formal) Principles (Composition, Plot, Character, etc -- see 200X Aesthetics) and the Historical, plus the Topical (Family, Individual, Gender, Death, etc).
Modernism is Utopia Project?
Beckett ("Last Modernist") and After (After 1968) -- Hamletmachine
From reqiured (definitions) : Marxism and Existentialim are borned at the same time (mid XIX century) -- what's happend in/with Euroupe?
... And notes and comments : in 215 and 331 Directing class?
"He stopped crying. You have replaced him as it were. The tears of the world are a constant quantity. For each one who begins to weep somewhere else another stops. The same is true of the laugh. Let us not then speak ill of our generation, it is not any unhappier than its predecessors. Let us not speak well of it either. Let us not speak of it at all. It is true the population has increased." �Waiting for Godot
What topics are missing? @2001-2003 script *
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin.