The Empty Space Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


The author writes that "the theatre of the Absurd did not seek the ____ for its own sake." (from The Holy Theatre, part 1 (p 47 to 61))


What "can be anywhere, any time, of any duration: nothing is required, nothing is taboo"? (from The Holy Theatre, part 2 (p 61-72))


From which of Shakespeare's plays is the line, "Wilt thou be gone? It is not yet near day", which the author uses as an example in "The Immediate Theatre"? (from The Immediate Theatre, part 2 (p 134 to 157))


Who "wanted the theatre to contain all that normally is reserved for crime and war"? (from The Holy Theatre, part 1 (p 47 to 61))


The theory of what is: "a spectator can be jolted eventually into new sight, so that he wakes to the life around him"? (from The Holy Theatre, part 2 (p 61-72))

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