By C. Innes
A Sourcebook on Naturalist Theatre presents crucial fundamental resources which record one of many key pursuits in sleek theatre. Christopher Innes has chosen 3 writers to exemplify the flow, and 6 performs specifically: * Henrik Ibsen - A Dolls residence and Hedda Gabler * Anton Chekhov - The Seagull and The Cherry Orchard * George Bernard Shaw - Mrs Warren's occupation and Heartbreak condominium. Innes' creation presents an summary of naturalist theatre. Key issues contain: the illustration of girls, major modern matters and the hyperlinks among conception, play writing and degree perform. the first resources discover many features of naturalism, giving details on: * the playwrights' intentions while writing performs * modern stories * literary feedback * political and social heritage * construction notes from early performances of the performs.
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To explain its success we must concede that as the years have gone by a secret fermentation has been at work. Lifelike paintings, which used to repel the public, today attract them. The majority has been won over and the stage is open to every experiment. This is the only conclusion to draw. So that is where we stand. […] I maintain that Romanticism in the theatre was an uncomplicated revolt, the invasion by a victorious group who took over the stage violently with drums beating and flags flying.
Can we believe that L’Ami Fritz would have been applauded at the Comédie-Française twenty years ago? Definitely not! This play, in which people eat all the time and the lover talks in such homely language, would have disgusted both the classicists and the romantics. To explain its success we must concede that as the years have gone by a secret fermentation has been at work. Lifelike paintings, which used to repel the public, today attract them. The majority has been won over and the stage is open to every experiment.
His intonation (a vital thing after all) did not strike me, whereas I think Réjane’s tones would strike anyone from anywhere as being absolutely real. Antoine is very restless, moves about and fidgets with his tie and collar. (Letter to Maire Garvey, 30 June 1904) Shaw made a similar comment on seeing Antoine’s production of The Wild Duck. The garret scene was admirable; but there would not be room for it at the Court. It was played at great speed and raced to the end of every act to get to a curtain.
A Sourcebook on Naturalist Theatre by C. Innes