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The second part of the study in which is Stefan Olha returning to the activities and the artistic results of existence of the Small Theatre Studio in Kosice, one of the most progressive experimental troupes in 70s of 20th century. A trinity of professional theatrical artists (dramaturge Stefan Olha, director Jozef Prazmari and scenographer Stefan Hudak) in cooperation with the young theatrical artists, predominantly secondary school students, prepared a series of non conform staging projects inspired by stimuli of Russian, Czech and Slovak avant-garde theatre. The aim of creators was to address them particularly to the young generation of spectators, and that is why they had resigned to a classic theatre space and a petrified system of theatrical signs. They were intending to produce a total theatre, reaching out by an acute idea, working with heuristic and provoking formal resources.
The article aims at presenting modern Chinese theatre and its development. It was based on Chinese studies concerning art, especially modern theatre, in China. At the end of the 1970s, the spirit of experiment began to revive in China. It can be observed in one of the currents of theatre and drama of two recent decades: the searching theatre (also called the theatre of experiment or the avant-garde theatre). This theatre is a melange form and a meeting place for various arts. The performance has a process-like character. The new Chinese theatre attaches considerable importance to the interaction between the actor and the spectator which occurs within a concrete space (not always the traditional stage). Until the mid eighties, the new theatre in China had been developing in almost absolute isolation from world theatre. Then, Chinese avant-garde artists came to gravitate towards the West. It resulted in changes of the repertoire of the experimental theatre which, apart from Chinese dramas, started to stage plays by Genet, Ionesco, Beckett, Fo, O'Neill and modernized Shakespeare. The young theatre also more and more often reaches for texts which have not been written to be performed on stage, such as File 0 (Ling dang'an) based on a poem by Yu Jian. Chinese experimental theatre is the triumph of intellect. The exposition of the intellectual character of a theatrical work positions it closer to the Western avant-garde. Modern Chinese avant-garde combines passion for experiment with a wise approach to tradition, both native and foreign.
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