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Objective: Antonin Artaud: Today's lesson will introduce students to the study of The Theater and its Double by examining its author, Antonin Artaud. Artaud (1896-1948) was a French poet, playwright, actor, director, and theater theorist. The Theater and its Double is Artaud's most famous work, containing two manifestos of "The Theater of Cruelty," in which the author describes his intent for a revolutionary theatrical approach. In this class...
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