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created vigorous national theatre based on traditional performing arts forms. In
addition to Soviet drama, the country's theatres put on many plays from the world
and Russian literary traditions, from Chekhov to Shakespeare, Moliere to Schiller.
with an awning, it was being brought reasonably close to the indoor theatre. The
second was the front curtain, the aulaeum, which was probably on a fixed frame
that was dropped into a recess in the stage floor during the performance.
Stage design by Josef Svoboda for the 1958 production of August Sunday by the
National Theatre, Prague, showing his use of patterned lighting to achieve
special designs. ę Jaromir Svoboda The ellipsoidal reflector spotlight Use of ...
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