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1 year ago

[…] 1. Read the description that follows these instructions. They are from the following link: https://thedramateacher.com/theatre-of-the-absurd-conventions/ […]

2 years ago

[…] 1. Read the description that follows these instructions. They are from the following link: https://thedramateacher.com/theatre-of-the-absurd-conventions/ […]

2 years ago

[…] in time. Alternatively, performs can intentionally seem timeless inside the world of the play. Some absurdist dramas intentionally observe this […]

2 years ago

[…] Alternatively, performs can intentionally seem timeless throughout the world of the play. Some absurdist dramas intentionally observe this […]

Mary Michele Ellis
3 years ago

I think it is so amazing that this is where we are in society. I wish that we could all distance ourselves from the pain and confusion and loss like Brecht wants us to do as an audience.

3 years ago

[…] 1. Read the description that follows these instructions. They are from the following link: https://t… […]

Bob Ross
4 years ago

Thanks. V helpful.

Roberts
4 years ago

Ron Roberts
The theater of the absurd is happening all around us, right now.
We needto bring the absurd to the streets in a joyous celebration of the insanity in us all. Time to add a little color back into the act

Aradhana
Reply to  Roberts
4 years ago

Thank you so much for the extremely organised and clear notes! They have helped me immensely, as lots of useful information is presented in such a succinct manner, meaning i don’t have to read pages and pages of writing to find the one sentence that i actually need.

Thank you again!

Muhammad Abdullah
4 years ago

Miss faida ! are you done with your theise. ??Now I am doing my master thseis on absurdist tropes in Muhammad Hanif’s red birds. can you help me out?

Bailey
5 years ago

When was this page first posted (for citing it as a source)?

5 years ago

Thank you so much! This helped me in my theatre class and I got an A.

Vijay Kumar
5 years ago

very clear and easy to understand for the students

Kashish Munshi
6 years ago

Amazing and perfect for students understanding. I found it very helpful and easy.Thanks

Thea
6 years ago

Thanks Justin, I always use your website as a reference for my students.
Hope you know how truly great http://www.dramateacher.com is for many Drama teachers!

David James
6 years ago

Well explained

Samanta Gurung
6 years ago

A big thanks. It helped me for my notes.

Ralph Lawson
7 years ago

Brilliantly succinct summary. Thanks!

vishnu narayan
7 years ago

Very useful informative, motivated

Sukanya
7 years ago

Thank you so much…. it is really helpful

fadia
7 years ago

I am doing w thesis of master degree about Absurd Theatre (the zoo story / who is afraid of virgenia woolf written By Edward Albee ) i’ll be thankful if you can help me bye some resources . thanks a lot

Saima
7 years ago

Nice piece of work !

Shahareya
7 years ago

Nice study 🙂

Camille
7 years ago

Thanks for your work! Very helpful.

Matt
8 years ago

Hi this was a true inspearimiration to me.

Lara
8 years ago

amazing

Sarmistha Khatua
8 years ago

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David
9 years ago

This is an excellent summary brings back memories of undergraduate Theatre study. I really enjoy reading the entries from this blog, thank you again

Peter
9 years ago

Thanks, really useful summary!

Roz Manly
9 years ago

Just a note, my lecturer at University used to point at the language of Beckett as ‘poetic’, especially in Waiting for Godot.