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THE HORROR! THE FEAR! Or how to kill a woman in 10000 different ways: L.Paulais, Paula Maxa, the Princess of Horror and the world of violent entertainment Posted by Tanja Jurković on March 18, 2014 in Guest Blog, Tanja Jurkovic tagged with Grand-Guignol, horror, stage performance, theatre, violent entertainment Introducing the prominent French horror theatre in my previous post gave me the opportunity to write about everything connected to the theme of this interesting theatre and its gore representations, as well as the theme of horror in general. Many enthusiasts brought together around this legendary venue over the years became experts in the field and prepared the foundations for the next generations and the evolution of their talent. One of the most important individuals, when we are talking about the Grand-Guignol, were the actors who brought everyday horrors to life with their exquisite performance on stage. L.Paulais and Paula Maxa marked the genre in theatre in France during the sixty years of existence and work of the Grand-Guignol.
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