A process of the emancipation of a theatre from the position of an 'interpreter' of a poetic (ergo literary) work, typical for the 20th century European theatre, marked also Pavol Haspra's directorial creation. In the period of his coming to a professional theatre, a dominant position of a dramatist as a determining former of the resulting work of art, had not been not fully respected, but a conviction that a staging does not mean just a text 'animation', but a worthful and the original work of art, was gradually promoted. A theatrical dramatic adviser and a manager Stefan Fejko documents his implication on his co-operation with the director P. Haspra in preparatory work on Stefan Kralik's staging 'Margaret zo zamku' (Margaret from the Castle) in the Slovak National Theatre drama (opening on 19th January 1974 in the P.O. Hviezdoslav's Theatre).
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