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Content available remote THE CENTENARY OF JULIUS BARC-IVAN (Storocnica Juliusa Barca-Ivana)
The paper is the contribution to important jubilee, the 100th anniversary of the birth of Julius Barc-Ivan, by reflecting on the uniqueness of the creation of this author within the context of Slovak drama. If Barc's plays are staged in the future, even decades on, an impetus for putting his plays on the stage will be the poet's struggle for enlarging the action range of drama by combining reality with fantasy and dream as component part of an artistic image rather than informative, miniature painting and descriptive values. And it is the author's peculiar language, the construction of a laconic dialogue capitalising on literary image, and a completely free approach to the choice of a theme, along with imagery, absurdity, dream creation and virtually an ingenious sense of the artist's constant playing with all these elements which constitute the major parts of his image-creating tool. Barc drew on national and classical examples and on the masters of Slovak and world drama, of which he was not only a disciple and admirer, but, above all, he proved to be an ingenious partner to ingenious masters.
The Slovak dramatist and prosaist Julius Barc-Ivan (1909-1953) was in the period of the Second World War working besides other pieces also on a drama 'Neznamy' (Unknown). In this drama with three acts seven male characters - representatives of the city headed by Mestanosta - are featuring. The character of unknown is never shown on the stage. The unknown is taking a concrete image mainly through attitudes of other characters taken towards him. The drama 'Unknown' was produced and performed by three theatre bodies. In 1944 the Slovak Chamber Theatre in Martin (directed by Jan Martak, stage settings by Emil Mankovicky), in October 1969 'Unknkown' was introduced by the Regional Theatre in Nitra (directed by Karol Spisak, stage settings by Frantisek Perger), and in Bratislava the drama was introduced in 1995 (directed by Pavol Haspra, stage settings by Vladimir Suchanek). The TV staging version had its first run in 1992 (directed by Martin Kakos).
Content available remote CENTENNIAL JULIUS BARC-IVAN (Storocny Julius Barc-Ivan)
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Julius Barc-Ivan, the prominent Slovak dramatist of the 20th century, the author, theatre scientist, reflects on his life and artistic fate. He introduces his theatre plays to the reader, notably dramatic piece 'Dvaja' (The Couple), which is considered to be the best Slovak intimate theatre play and 'Matka' (Mother), the central figure being, which is exceptional for Barc, a powerful female protagonist suggestive of an ancient tragedy. The author of this paper traces the fate of Barc's drama and he notes that, ironically, the most frequently staged piece is the comedy 'Mastny hrniec' (A Pot of Grease), which considered to be a marginal work by its artistic contribution and untypical for Barc. He underlines that some plays by J. Barc-Ivan have not been staged so far, and the production of 'Diktator' (The Dictator) directed by Jan Jamnicky was halted by the Slovak National Theatre shortly before its premiere in 1937, and it has not been premiered ever since. In conclusion, the author makes mention of the recent staging of Barc's plays, such as 'Neznamy' (The Stranger) by Slovak Intimate Playhouse in Martin, '3000 ludi' (3,000 Men) by the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, and 'Cirkus' (The Circus) by Arena theatre company, which is a montage based on the play 'Dvaja' (The Couple) and a short story 'Cirkus' (The Circus).
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