Reformers of theatre have reformulated Plato’s opposition between choros and theatre as one between the truth of the theatre and the simulacrum of the spectacle. … Since German Romanticism, thinking about theatre has been associated with this idea of the living community. … the community as a way of occupying a place and a time, as the … Continue reading Revolutionary content looks for a revolutionary form!
Category: invisibilized women
The chart – Pharmakos characters and their web of relationships
Inger Munch, as a character in our play / radio play, PHARMAKOS
Inger Munch. It seems clear that Inger was a very talented photographer and painter. She of course had to suffer the condescension of her brother regarding all her talents, and as a woman she could not gain the education her brother had access to. In 1918 she was in her fifties, and had started to … Continue reading Inger Munch, as a character in our play / radio play, PHARMAKOS