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Manifesto for a New Theatre: Followed by Infabulation
Pasolini published the Manifesto for a New Theatre in Nuovi Argomenti in 1968, while...
Smile, you're getting old!
Surely a woman who chooses a white rat as a pet and calls him Mr....
The Nativity Scene
Author of more than 60 plays and considered on a par with Pirandello, Eduardo De...
Plays included in this collection: The Big Bun, The Inventor of the Horse, and War. Campanile's plays combine the visual slapstick of silent cinema with the zany humour of the Marx Brothers and the nonsensical dialogues of Ionesco; the result is a funniness quite unique in this century, laughter as spontaneous and as visceral and direct as it is subtle and clever. The works translated here were written in the 1920s and the early 1930s, well before the first inklings of the theatre of the absurd.
The Inventor of the Horse

Achille Campanile, Francesco Loriggio
1995
The Inventor of the Horse
Sarrasine: A Screenplay
The Divine Sisters
Naked
Beyond the Ruins
Lifedream
Duo for Obstinate Voices