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The Second Act is Called Crisis

  • Joe Cook (a1)

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AFTER STRUGGLING to survive over four decades of rigid government control, theatre in Czechoslovakia is struggling to survive freedom. Like every other sector of society, theatre is having to deal with the enormous problems of transition from life under a totalitarian system to the free-for-all rush of a liberal, market-based democracy.

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1. National Theatre Centre. Deputy Director: Dana Sliuková. Address: Frantiskánská 2, 813, 37, Bratislava, CSFR.

2. javisko. Editor: Anton Kret. Address: Námestie SNP c12, 815, 85, Bratislava, CSFR. Published: ten times per year, annual subscription £20 (includes abstracts in English and French).

3. Divadelni Obec. General Secretary: Bohumil Nekolny, c/o Divaldo Labyrint, Stefanikova 57, 150, 43, Prague 5, CSFR.

4. Svet a Divadlo. Editor: Ondrej Cerny. Address: Stefanikova 57, 150, 43, Prague 5, CSFR. Published: ten times per year, annual subscription £20 (includes abstracts in English).

5. Theatre Institute. Foreign Department: Mirka Potuckova, Celentna 17, Prague 1, CSFR.

6. In fact, Uhde remained Minister of Culture.

The Second Act is Called Crisis

  • Joe Cook (a1)

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