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  1. Theatre of the Absurd

    • noun

      drama using the abandonment of conventional dramatic form to portray the futility of human struggle in a senseless world. Major exponents include Samuel Beckett, Eugène Ionesco, and Harold Pinter.
    • a London theatre opened by Lilian Baylis in 1931, known for its ballet and opera companies.
    • noun

      a form of theatrical presentation in which the audience is seated in a circle around the stage or on at least three of its sides.
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