A Concise History of Polish Theater from the Eleventh to the Twentieth Centuries, Том 21
E. Mellen Press, 2003 - Всего страниц: 474
This study narrates a millennium long record of Polish theatre, focusing on the theatrical annals of cities, productions and their styles, major theatre artists - actors, directors and designers - acting and directorial instruction, theatre buildings and stage design, and the changing audiences.
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Baroque Theater Circa 16501750
Wojciech BoguslawskiThe Father of the National Theater
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actors actress Andrzej artistic director audiences authorities became Boguslawski censors century characters churches classical comedy Communist contemporary costumes court created culture debut Dejmek directed Dramatic Theater ensemble Forefathers Fredro Gardzienice Gdansk German Grotowski HALL OF FAME Helena Modjeska history of Polish J6zef January Uprising Jerzy Katowice Kazimierz King Kotlarczyk Kozmian Krak6w Leon Schiller Lodz Lublin Lw6w Lwow manager martial law Mickiewicz mise-en-scene Modjeska National Theater November Uprising Old Theater opera Osterwa patriotic performed plays playwright poetic Polish language Polish theater POLISH THEATER ARTISTS political Poznan productions professional theaters proscenium stage public theaters realistic Reduta Reform of Theater rehearsals repertoire roles Romantic Russian scenes Schiller School of Drama shows Slowacki socrealism socrealistic Solidarity Soviet spectators Stanislaw star style Tadeusz teacher of acting theater building Theater in Krak6w theater in Poland Theater in Warsaw theatrical tradition Uprising Variety Theater Wilno Witkiewicz Wlodzimierz Staniewski Wroclaw Wyspianski