By Manon van de Water
This ebook exhibits how the totalitarian ideology of the Soviet interval formed the practices of Soviet theatre for formative years. It weaves jointly politics, pedagogy and aesthetics to bare the advanced intersections among theatre and its socio-historical stipulations. It paints an image of the theatrical advancements from 1917 via to the recent millennium.
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