Further On, Nothing: Tadeusz Kantor's Theatre

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U of Minnesota Press, 2009 - Drama - 533 pages
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Tadeusz Kantor (1915-1990) was one of the twentieth century's most innovative visual artists, stage directors, and theoreticians. His theatre productions and manifestos challenged the conventions of creating art in post-World War II culture and expanded the boundaries of Dada, surrealist, Constructivist, and happening theatre forms. Kantor's most widely known productions--The Dead Class (1975), Wielopole, Wielopole (1980), Let the Artists Die (1985), and Today Is My Birthday (1990)--have had a profound impact on playwrights and artists who continue today to engage with his radical theatre. In Fur.
 

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Contents

My WorkMy Journey 1988
1
1 Topography of Representation
27
The Dead Class
197
3 Theatre of Similitude
277
Silent Night
415
5 The Space of Khora
459
Notes
503
Selected Bibliography
515
Writings by Tadeusz Kantor
530
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Michal Kobialka is professor of theatre at the University of Minnesota.

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