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... Russian agitprop theater was noted for its cardboard characters of perfect virtue and complete evil, and its coarse ridicule ... Bertolt Brecht developed a highly elaborate and sophisticated new aesthetics--epic theater--to address the spectator in a more rational way ... Feminist Collective, It's Allright to be a Woman, Spiderwoman Theater, Women's Interart Center, and the New Feminist Theater ...
... Community theater, first established in 1854, continues in the town through the efforts of the Volcano Theater Company ... a full season each year, performing in both the 35-seat Cobblestone Theater and in the larger outdoor Volcano Amphitheater ...
... with several production houses to introduce classical drama and contemporary theater productions to Israel ... In Los Angeles, Tabac has worked within several different theater projects, including becoming a member of the Beverly Hills Playhouse ... Founded by theater director and drama teacher, Milton Katselas, the Beverly Hills Playhouse is one of Los Angeles' oldest acting schools ...
... - May 29, 1880) was an Austrian actor and theater manager ... Steiner was manager of Vienna's Theater an der Wien from 1869 to 1875 with Marie Geistinger, a Viennese actress, and from 1875 to 1880 on his own ... Steiner gradually phased out spoken-word dramas from the Theater program, contributing to the Viennese opera boom ...
Famous quotes containing the word theater:
“...I have never known a movement in the theater that did not work direct and serious harm. Indeed, I have sometimes felt that the very people associated with various uplifting activities in the theater are people who are astoundingly lacking in idealism.”
—Minnie Maddern Fiske (18651932)
“In the theater of confusion, knowing the location of the exits is what counts.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“The theater is a baffling business, and a shockingly wasteful one when you consider that people who have proven their worth, who have appeared in or been responsible for successful plays, who have given outstanding performances, can still, in the full tide of their energy, be forced, through lack of opportunity, to sit idle season after season, their enthusiasm, their morale, their very talent dwindling to slow gray death. Of finances we will not even speak; it is too sad a tale.”
—Ilka Chase (19051978)