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Petrovič, Zoran ; MAKONJ, Karel (advisor) ; KLÍMA, Miloslav (referee)
This graduate paper deals with the phenomenon of the theatre spectacle that truly becomes alive no sooner than when the actor and the spectator meet in the same space and time; the paper is also occupied with the (pre)conditions that have to be met in order for the interaction between the actor and the spectator to begin. The paper draws conclusions from the theatre creator?s and the spectator?s perspectives, it wonders about the meaning and the origin of theatre (co)creation, and is based on practical experience, as well as on the findings of theatre practitioners and theoreticians. The concept of theatre is used in the widest meaning of the word. The paper intentionally originates from and connects various performance arts ? it draws from the realization that the theatre is basically one, and that for theatre to happen one needs both: an active actor and an active spectator.

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