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Theories of the Avant-Garde Theatre

A Casebook from Kleist to Camus

Theories of the Avant-Garde Theatre by Bert Cardullo
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Preface
Prologue:
“The Idea of the Avant-Garde,” by Bert Cardullo
Chapter 1: “On the Marionette Theatre” (1810), by Heinrich von Kleist
Chapter 2: “The Tragic in Daily Life” (1894), by Maurice Maeterlinck
Chapter 3: “On the Futility of the ‘Theatrical’ in the Theatre” (1896), by Alfred Jarry
Chapter 4: “Prefatory Note to
A Dream Play” (1901), by August Strindberg
Chapter 5: “The Stylized Theatre” (1907), by Vsevolod Meyerhold
Chapter 6: “Realism and Convention on the Stage” (1908), by Valery Briusov
Chapter 7: “The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism” (1909), by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
Chapter 8: “Epilogue to the Actor” (1913), by Paul Kornfeld
Chapter 9: “A Few Words about the Role of the Actor in the Theatre of Pure Form” (1919), by Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz
Chapter 10: “On Humor” (1920), by Luigi Pirandello
Chapter 11: “Lecture on Dada” (1922), by Tristan Tzara
Chapter 12: “Surrealism” (1922), by André Breton
Chapter 13: “The Dehumanization of Art” (1925), by José Ortega y Gasset
Chapter 14: “Postwar German Drama” (1928), by Ernst Toller
Chapter 15: “New Stage Forms” (1928), by Oskar Schlemmer
Chapter 16: “The Oberiu Theatre” (1928), by Daniil Kharms
Chapter 17: “The Theatre of Cruelty” (1932), by Antonin Artaud
Chapter 18: “The Myth of Sisyphus” (1942), by Albert Camus
Epilogue: “There Is No Avant-Garde Theatre” (1962), by Eugène Ionesco
Bibliography
Chronology of the European Avant-Garde, 1890-1950
Scarecrow Press; November 2012
284 pages; ISBN 9780810887053
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