Avant Garde Theatre, 1892-1992

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INDEX

a
Abdy, Iya 83 , 85
Abelman, Paul 127
Adamov, Arthur 10 , 61 , 118
Adams, Edward 183
Adding Machine, The (Rice) 183 , 215
Aeschylus 104 , 136 , 139 , 140
Afore Night Come (Rudkin) 225
After the Fall (Miller) 215
Akropolis (Wsypianski) 93 , 151 , 153 , 154 , 155 , 157
Albee, Edward 221
Alcestis (Wilson) 204 , 208
All God’s Chillun Got Wings (O’Neill) 92
Amédée (Ionesco) 217
Amiel, Denys 21
Ancestors (Mickiewicz) 151
Angel City (Shepard) 221
Antheil, Georges 3
Antigone (Brecht) 181 , 183 , 185 , 186
Apocalypsis cum Figuris (Polish Laboratory Theatre) 149 , 153 , 155 -8
Apollinaire, Guillaume 25
Appia, Adolphe 47 -9, 51 , 93 , 100 , 146
Aragon, Louis 70 , 201
Architect and the Emperor of Assyria, The (Arrabal) 120 -1
Arnold, Paul 90
Arrabal, Fernando 117 -22
Ars Longa Vita Brevis (Arden) 127
Artaud, Antonin 20 , 32 , 46 , 59 - 94 , 150 , 167 , 191 , 203 , 214 ;
and Bali 12 , 14 - 15 ;
and Barrault 95 -8, 100 , 104 ;
and Jarry 25 , 28 ;
influence 2 - 3 , 100 , 118 , 230 ,
on Brook 126 -7, 129 , 132 ,
on Ionesco 216 ,
on Kemp 122 ,
on Living Theatre 181 ,
on Rudkin 227 ;
parallels 52 -8, 153 -4;
politics of 10 , 37
Artist’s Theatre 198
As I Lay Dying (Faulkner/Barrault) 95 , 97 - 100 , 103 , 104 , 106
Atelier, L’51
Atelier Récherche Theatrale Georges Baal 167
Athanasiou, Genica 74 , 97
Automobile Graveyard, The (Arrabal) 118
Avant-Garde, L’6
Avignon Festival 143 , 144 , 214

b
Bacchae, The (Euripides) 173
Bakhtin, Mikhail 4 , 7 - 9 , 51 , 156 , 173 , 230 , 232
Bakunin, Mikhail 1 , 6 , 187
Balcony, The (Genet) 108 , 109 , 111 , 112 , 114 , 115 , 126 , 177 , 178
Bald Prima Donna, The (Ionesco) 217
Balinese dance theatre 9 , 12 - 1759 , 91 , 168 , 172
Ballets Russes, les 122
Balthus (Rola, Balthazar K. de) 97
Barba, Eugenio 2 , 11 , 126 , 153 , 167 -80 215 , 218
Barker, Clive 128 -9
Barrault, Jean-Louis 2 , 8 - 9 , 95 - 107 , 150 , 158 , 187 , 189 , 214 ;
and Artaud 61 , 69 , 85 , 93 ;
and Brook 126 , 132 , 134 ;
and Claudel 49 ;
and Genet 108 ;
and Grotowski 167 ;
total theatre of 51 , 125
Battle, The (Müller) 122 , 199 - 200
Battle of Trafalgar, The (Vitrac) 77 , 79
Beck, Julian 63 , 181 -92, 214 , 232
Beckett, Samuel 4 , 18 , 20 , 97 , 171
Beggar, The (Sorge) 40 , 42

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Politics of Primitivism 6
  • 3 - Dreams, Archetypes and the Irrational 19
  • 4 - Therapy and Subliminal Theatre 36
  • 5 - Antonin Artaud and the Theatre of Cruelty 59
  • 6 - Ritual and Acts of Communion 95
  • 7 - Black Masses and Ceremonies of Negation 108
  • 8 - Myth and Theatre Laboratories 125
  • 9 - Secular Religions and Physical Spirituality 149
  • 10 - Anthropology, Environmental Theatre and Sexual Revolution 167
  • 11 - Interculturalism and Expropriating the Classics 193
  • 12 - From the Margins to Mainstream 214
  • Notes 234
  • Select Bibliography 250
  • Index 255
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