This guide is intended to help you research topics in Theatre.
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About Theatre of Revolt: THEA 280:
A study of the Theatre of Revolt, an overview of Western theatre history and dramatic literature over the last 150 years including Brecht, Artaud, and Beckett. Emphasis on comparing realism and various forms of nonrealism, such as expressionism and absurdism, through the plays and trends in acting, directing, and design. Examination of what constitutes the modern theatre and our current age of post-modernism.
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