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The Country of the Animals : A Mute Play in Four Scenes of Desperation

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Title: The Country of the Animals : A Mute Play in Four Scenes of Desperation  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Silent Play
Collections: Plays, Authors Community, Agriculture, Fine Arts, Literature
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Publisher: World Public Library
Member Page: Florentin Smarandache


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A silent play.

The show begins from the moment the public steps into the entrance hall of the theatre, which is set up as the "National Exhibition of Fine Arts" (see scene 4, act III). The hall can also be seen during the intermissions, but in the meantime at least part of it needs to be transferred onto the stage for the decorative necessities at the end of the play.

SCENE 6 A plate is lowered: "THE PARADE" Scenery: Many mirrors on the stage multiply the number of participants, but they are supposed to distort and exaggerate the reality -- which is already gloomy enough. An official sheltered review stand on which there are many Instructors looking at the parading people. The procession is following the direction indicated on a plate: "Towards the Twang-oism" The people are parading! The stage may have the shape of a stadium. The Instructor General is continuously fluttering his hands, waving to the participants.


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