Theatre of the Absurd. Foundations. First posited in Albert Camus’ 1942 essay “The Myth of Sisyphus” Humanity had to resign itself to recognizing that a fully satisfying rational explanation of the universe was beyond its reach
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“What I really lack is to be clear in my mind what I am to do, not what I am to know, except in so far as a certain knowledge must precede every action. The thing is to understand myself, to see what God really wishes me to do: the thing is to find a truth which is true for me, to find the idea for which I can live and die. ... I certainly do not deny that I still recognize an imperative of knowledge and that through it one can work upon men, but it must be taken up into my life, and that is what I now recognize as the most important thing.”
“Good is only an illusion. Evil is a Nothingness which arises upon the ruin of Good.”
Theatre of the Absurd asks viewers/readers to draw their own conclusions, and make their own errors.