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Surrealist Drama

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Surrealismus v množném èísle. Guillaume Apollinaire, Ivan Goll a
of Tiresias, subtitled a 'surrealist drama.
Selected Documents from the Judson Poets' Theater Archives
pairing of a contemporary Western satire and surrealist drama reflected the young company's expansive ambitions.
Wadsworth Atheneum in cooperation with R6211 Aft W&yS
Intentionally avoiding a narrative storyline, lesurun uses language poetically and in a non-discursive manner.
Waterford Kamhlaba UWCSA
Gershman, Herbert S. The Surrealist Revolution in France. Ann Arbor: The Biographical Encyclopedia and Whole' Who of the American Theatre.

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Edinburgh Festival 2011 diary: first time at the Fringe
Actor and festival virgin Sam Holmes shares his experiences of staging a brave new surrealist drama in Edinburgh. Venues: They do not think your theatre company is a unique special snowflake. They work like a perfect machine.

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Surrealism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for the ... Louis Aragon, Backs to the Wall, in The Drama Review 18.4 ( Dec.
Surrealism Study Guide - n/a -
Surrealism inspired related movements in painting, sculpture, drama, and film, and has had a lasting influence on the creative arts as a whole.
Surrealism was a literary, artistic and revolutionary movement, founded in Paris during the 1920s.
Western drama: Twentieth-Century Drama —
During the 20th cent.
Absurd Drama - Martin Esslin
Apollinaire's play Les Mamelles de Tiresias ('The Breasts of Tiresias') was the first play to be labelled by its author as 'a surrealist drama'.

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