Unconventional Structures of Plays-CSEC English B

Plays without acts or scenes provide playwrights with a canvas for experimentation and innovation, allowing them to challenge traditional norms and engage audiences in unconventional ways. The structure often aligns with the thematic or conceptual goals of the play, emphasizing a more fluid and dynamic theatrical experience.¬†Therefore, such structures are commonly found in experimental or avant-garde theatre, where playwrights seek…