ACTOR OPPORTUNITIES OF MARIA KRALOVICOVA WITH MILOS PIETOR
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The author of a newly prepared monography of a jubilee actress of the Slovak National Theatre drama Maria Kralovicova, whose eightieth birthday in a full actor potential in her presence was commemorated by the Slovak theatrical public (born 7th June 1927) - how else, by the drama premiere in the Slovak National Theatre, is in a published chapter dealing with actress' cooperation with a director and actor Milos Pietor. Despite the fact it did not last long, for Kralovicova it meant a new source of actor and creative inspiration, helping her uncover new dimensions of her actor art. Milos Pietor became an internal director of the Slovak National Theatre Drama in 1978, even though he had performed several stagings with this troupe. In that period he had had an interesting artistic biography behind him and belonged to the most creative and inventive Slovak directors, who were opening new theatrical horizons of the Slovak theatrical art in this discipline. Milos Pietor possessed a well marked own dramaturgy, but also his way of leading actors was unique. Mainly his approach to model the actors in stagings was pointing at his own special handwriting stemming from psychology of a character and its real picturing. Undoubtedly, he was a dignified continuator of such personalities as Borodac, Jamnicky, Zachar or Budsky in a relatively short history of the Slovak theatre. The cooperation with Milos Pietor was definitely beneficial for Maria Kralovicova. Thanks to director's resolution, the new dimensions of actor art had been occuring in her acting in a greater extend - ranging from convincing psychological exploring, striking dramatic shape of the characters, moving towards abbreviation, stylization and hinting, to irony and grotesque. It was fruitful, with a result of ripe fruit of artistic actor creativity, representing the unforgettable characters that Maria Kralovicova had created under leadership of this director.
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