Antiplay vs Antiopera - What's the difference?

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Antiplay is a see also of antiopera.


As nouns the difference between antiplay and antiopera

is that antiplay is a play (dramatical production) that deliberately avoids the typical conventions of the play, such as a coherent plot and resolution while antiopera is an opera (dramatical production) that deliberately avoids the typical conventions of the opera.

antiplay

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A play (dramatical production) that deliberately avoids the typical conventions of the play, such as a coherent plot and resolution.
  • Samuel Beckett wrote several absurdist antiplays .

    See also

    * antinovel

    antiopera

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • An opera (dramatical production) that deliberately avoids the typical conventions of the opera.
  • See also

    * antinovel * antiplay