By Zoltán Szilassy
From the point of view of a Hungarian pupil who has spent a lot time within the usa, Zolt?n Szilassy seeks in the course of the dramaturgical kaleidoscope of the yankee l960s to find what's everlasting in the various diverse background of the interval and to discover the whirlpool of strategies, a lot of that are nondramatic in foundation or character. The ebook is split into components, “The Rebellious Drama” and “The Intermedia.” the 3 chapters partially 1 are “Edward Albee: First between Equals,” “Varieties of the Albee Generation,” and “The Dramaturgical Kaleidoscope of the Sixties.” half 2 includes “Happenings and New functionality Theories,” “The nearby substitute Theater,” and “Conclusion, Outlook, and Reminiscences.” Surveying the yank dramatic scene, Szilassy concludes: the ecu observer should “hope that americans will retain or quite improve the type of theatrical equilibrium that duly made the sixties unforgettable either at domestic and abroad.”
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The housewife in the English version collects the silver paper of cigarette packs for donation, whereas the American housewife hunts for gift coupons. There is a vast difference (one that critics usually dislike) in that Jack, the cynical millionaire in both plays, makes a comeback in Albee's play even after his death and, in fact, is given the role of an absurdist narrator. " The twin or triple play Box and Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse Tung (1968) is, in fact, a return to the experimental technique of the "Paris School," a fugue system in my analogy.
Jarry's drama is a cosmic farce ridiculing the historical melodrama, whereas Kopit's aims at the sociopathological melodrama. The Grand Guignol in each case is to confront the member of the audience with the horror of their own complacency and ugliness. "is less sensational than the by now classic "Merde" on Jarry's stage. Later on, however, when we learn that it refers to the corpse of Madame Rosepettle's late husband, we begin to suspect that the young member of the Harvard drama seminar is challenging a whole succession of dramatists, flirting with the absurdity of transcendentalism on the stage.
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American theater of the 1960s by Zoltán Szilassy