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New Theatre in Italy : 1963-2013.

Author: Valentina Valentini
Publisher: Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Series: Routledge Advances in Theatre & Performance Studies.
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"New Theatre in Italy 1963-2013 makes the case for the centrality of late-millennium Italian avant-garde theatre in the development of the new forms of performance that have emerged in the 21st Century. Starting in the Sixties, young artists and militants in Italy reacted to the violence in their streets and ruptures in the family unit that are now recognized as having been harbingers of the end of the global  Read more...
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Valentini, Valentina
New Theatre in Italy : 1963-2013
Milton : Taylor and Francis,c2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Valentina Valentini
ISBN: 9781351267274 1351267272 9781351267267 1351267264
OCLC Number: 1018168037
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (189 p.)
Contents: Preface1. The Sixties. Theate - literature - music: manifestoes, querelles, intermedia 1963-19671.1. Fact and Atmosphere1.2. Literature calls for a theater of dissent and experimentation1.3. The querelle between literature and theatre: Gruppo `631.4. The actor is the poet of oral language: Pasolini's Manifesto1.5. Theater at the center of society: The Ivrea Conference1.6. Intermedia and Musical Theater2. The Seventies (1968-1977): Setting Out2.1. Leaving Behind Theaters, Plays, Roles2.2. Theater to Change the World2.3. In Search of a Common Base: the Manifesto of arte povera2.4. The Van: Travel and Rest, Load and Unload2.5. A Collective Book, a Body of Joy2.6. Between 1968 and 1977: Action, Post-avant-garde, Third Theater2.7. Implosive/Expansive3. Between Death and Rebirth: the Eighties (1978-1988)3.1. Unhappy Consciousness of the Late Seventies3.2. Neo-avant-garde/Post-avant-garde/Postmodern/Trans-avant-garde3.3. Postmodern: Metropolitan Landscape3.4. Reflecting on Theory: Anthropology and Postmodern = Intercultural3.5. Dawning: the Artwork Reborn4. Ideology: A Bad Habit to Leave Behind. The Nineties (1989-1999)4.1. Revisionism and Conciliation4.2. Living in Transition. The Balance of "Pregress"4.3. Being Posthumous4.4. Televised Pre-theater Telling True Stories4.5. Almost an epilogue5. Liveness - Play - Frontality: the 2000s 5.1. Tragedy: End as Beginning5.2. Project: Producing Intermedia5.3. Dramaturgies of Diffuse Bodies5.4. Reality Trend and Pop5.5. Narrating by Elision and Detail5.6. Play - Event - Scene5.7. Confronting the Spectator6. Dramaturgies of Spectacle and Literary text6.1. Continuous and Discontinuous in New Theater6.1.1 Tradition in New Theater6.1.2. Cultures of Adoption and Orphancy6.1.3. The Workshop as Mode of Production6.1.4. Performance Text and Production Process6.2. The Theatrical Vocation of Pier Paolo Pasolini6.2.1. Experience6.2.2. Towards Effective Theater6.3. Testori: In the Belly of Theater6.3.1. The Word become Flesh6.3.2. Oedipus and Cleopatras: Theatre's Latrine6.4. Franco Scaldati: An Enchanted Garden Where No One Dies6.4.1. Fluid Texts Without Genealogy: Eternal Becoming6.4.2. A Sensory Theater-World6.4.3. Shadow-Double Marionettes6.4.4. I Build Shadows7. Dramaturgy of Space7.1. Sensory-Motor Rupture7.2. Dynamic Simultaneous Space7.3. Audio-Chromatic Space7.4. Analytic Space7.5. Monitor Space7.6. Landscape and Errancy7.7. Constructing Space7.8. Installation and Digital Space8. Plural modes of the actor8.1. Actor and theme: critical and methodological issues8.2. Actor as collective body8.3. Without language or subject: from the monolog to the solo8.4. Blocking the body and freeing the voice8.6. Word as event8.7. Autofiction8.8. Over-representing representation8.9. Actor-machine-sculpture-animal-cyborg8.10. Spectral amplitude of the performer8.11. Audio body and actantã ã
Series Title: Routledge Advances in Theatre & Performance Studies.

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"New Theatre in Italy 1963-2013 makes the case for the centrality of late-millennium Italian avant-garde theatre in the development of the new forms of performance that have emerged in the 21st Century. Starting in the Sixties, young artists and militants in Italy reacted to the violence in their streets and ruptures in the family unit that are now recognized as having been harbingers of the end of the global post-war system. As traditional rituals of State and Church faltered, a new generation of cultural operators, largely untrained and driven away from political activism, formed collectives to explore new ways of speaking theatrically, new ways to create and experience performance, and new relationships between performer and spectator. Although the vast majority of the works created were transient, like all performance, their aesthetic and social effects continue to surface today across media on a global scale, affecting visual art, cinema, television and the behavioural aesthetics of social networks."--Provided by publisher.

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