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Night School: The Joker's Politics

Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, Projek Dialog | Sharaad Kuttan, BFM89.9

17-Feb-13 11:45

Night School: The Joker's Politics

Theatre is more than a window on the world. Its emergence in Greek society was a point of reflection for one of the most influential minds in the European intellectual tradition, Aristotle. Brazilian theorist and practitioner of theatre, Augusto Boal critique of Aristotle’s Poetics leads to development a radical text – The Theatre of the Oppressed - a touch stone for political theatre.


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Tags:  Augusto BoalTheatre of the oppressedMarxismClassWorkingAristotlePoeticsGreek philosophypoliticsSocietyPerformativeDialogueNight School


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