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When the best drama is no drama at all

Predicting a new genre for the coming decade

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According to Aristotle’s “Poetics”, the role of theatre in human life was to drag the recipient through the catastrophe in order to help them achieve catharsis — a state of total purification of all emotions.

Aristotle was an ancient philosopher whose ideas served as a stepping stone for modern…

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