Tarot as a Stage Set

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The Tarot of Pamela Colman Smith is theatrical to look at and can be used rather like a stage set. In fact, Pamela Colman ‘Pixie’ Smith was part of a small, Tarot-obsessed, theatrical world which produced an entire theatre. The Abbey Theatre (pictured below) in Dublin was conceived partly from a Tarot spread.

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