In order to rejuvenate art, we declared war on all the conventionalities of the theatre wherever they might occur—in the acting, in the properties, in the scenery, the costumes, the interpretation of the play, the curtain, or anywhere else in the play or the theatre.  All that was new and that violated the usual customs of the theatre seemed beautiful and useful to us.  (MLIA)


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