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date: 24 October 2020

expressionism 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance
Author(s):
Michael PattersonMichael Patterson

A broad aesthetic term that has been applied to any portrayal of intense emotion, especially in the visual arts, but in the theatre it refers more usefully to a specific movement originating in Germany in the early twentieth century. Reacting against the limited and untheatrical nature of ... ...

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