Postmodern Drama: A Case Study
I define postmodern as incredulity towards metanarratives.
The theatre’s peculiarities [make] it a particularly resonant space for staging the kind of postmodern, collective nervous breakdown American society has been having.
The individual’s most rudimentary freedom today is to be without isms.
I don’t deal with “isms” but with reality.
Postmodernism has well-established connections with literature and the arts, philosophy and criticism, architecture, economics, and politics, as well as the media, mass culture, and many other fields. Although the meaning of the term is still evolving, a cursory Internet search will show that its evangelizing ...