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Brecht’s Theatre

Brecht’s Theatre

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Published by: mpluckrose on Dec 19, 2008
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Brecht’s
 
Epic Theatre
 
 
Beginnings of epic theatre
Elizabethan Theatre
Popular Entertainments
 
 
Naturalism vs Epic theatre
Plot
Implicates the spectator ina stage situation
Wears down the spectator’scapacity for action
Provides the audience withsensations
The spectator is involved insomething
Suggestion
Instinctive feelings arepreserved
The spectator is in the thickof it, shares the experience
Narrative
Turns the spectator into anobserver
Arouses the spectator’scapacity for action
Forces the audience to takedecisions
The spectator is made toface something
Argument
Brought to the point of recognition
The spectator standsoutside, studies

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