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The Resource Contemporary mise en scène : staging theatre today, Patrice Pavis ; translated by Joel Anderson

Contemporary mise en scène : staging theatre today, Patrice Pavis ; translated by Joel Anderson

Label
Contemporary mise en scène : staging theatre today
Title
Contemporary mise en scène
Title remainder
staging theatre today
Statement of responsibility
Patrice Pavis ; translated by Joel Anderson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
792.0973/09041
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN2189
LC item number
.P3813 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Contemporary mise en scène : staging theatre today, Patrice Pavis ; translated by Joel Anderson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [315]-341) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Where did mise en scène come from? Origins and theory -- The origins of mise en scène: historical landmarks -- Steps in the evolution of mise en scène -- 2. On the frontiers of mise en scène -- The stage reading -- Non-mise en scène -- Improvised mise en scène -- 3. The difference between mise en scène and performance -- Mise en scène and performance: a shaky couple -- The current state of the performance and mise en scène relationship -- Four examples of cooperation -- Conclusions: performance studies/theatre studies -- 4. Tendencies in French scenography -- The powers of stage illusion -- Fantasy and the real -- Crossing the image -- The echoes of space -- The migration of subspaces -- The silence of space -- Concluding remarks -- 5. The mise en jeu of contemporary texts -- Combat de nègre et de chiens -- Papa doit manger -- Le bonheur du vent -- A tous ceux qui ... -- Conclusions --
  • Contents note continued: 6. The intercultural trap: rituality and mise en scène in the video art of Guillermo Gomez-Pena -- Current context -- Ritual? -- Reverse anthropology? -- A body with variable identities? -- Mise en scène as the theatricalisation of rituals? -- 7. Theatre in another culture: a Korean example -- A season in heaven -- Korean theatre seen from afar -- 8. Media on the stage -- Theatre and media -- Technology/media -- Other media in performance -- Historical landmarks -- Possibilities for video on stage -- Effects of media on our perception -- Suggestions for the analysis of media in mise en scène -- Working hypotheses -- Three examples -- General conclusions -- 9. The deconstruction of postmodern mise en scène -- Impossible erasure of the palimpsest -- Deconstruction and the reconstruction of tradition -- The undecidability of meaning -- Crisis of representation and chorality -- In praise of the void and of slowness -- The degraded ritual of repetition --
  • Contents note continued: To exit representation -- Deconstructing representation -- Conclusions: `To have done with the judgement of god' (Artaud) and with deconstruction? -- 10. Physical theatre and the dramaturgy of the actor -- May B. by Maguy Marin: touched by the other -- Itsi Bitsi: the dramaturgy of the actress -- Les étourdis, La Cour des grands by Macha Makeïff and Jerôme Deschamps: the body in bits -- From the body art of the past to the multiple identities of the present -- Andromaque on the cutting edge: Michel Liard's art of looking and listening -- Les ephémères du soleil: inventing collectively -- 11. The splendour and the misery of interpreting the classics -- The `classical effect' -- A tricky typology -- The end of the radical, fascination with the present -- New forms for old questions -- A new relationship with tradition -- Operating on the classics -- A few signs of the times -- General conclusions --
  • Contents note continued: 12. Staging calamity: mise en scène and performance at Avignon 2005 -- L'histoire des larmes -- Je suis sang -- Dieu et les esprits vivants -- B.#03 Berlin -- Anathème -- Puur -- Mue -- The Biography Remix -- Final remarks -- 13. Conclusions: Where is mise en scène going? -- A winding path -- A contrasting state of affairs: the 1990s -- The mise en cause of mise en scène -- Directing and its doubles: doubling the director -- From the spectator to the theatrical assembly -- On faithfulness: or the difficult life of the couple that is text-performance -- Where are we going?
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 358 p.
Isbn
9780415553445
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012018569
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40021751873
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn776534486
  • (OCoLC)ocn889303461
Label
Contemporary mise en scène : staging theatre today, Patrice Pavis ; translated by Joel Anderson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [315]-341) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Where did mise en scène come from? Origins and theory -- The origins of mise en scène: historical landmarks -- Steps in the evolution of mise en scène -- 2. On the frontiers of mise en scène -- The stage reading -- Non-mise en scène -- Improvised mise en scène -- 3. The difference between mise en scène and performance -- Mise en scène and performance: a shaky couple -- The current state of the performance and mise en scène relationship -- Four examples of cooperation -- Conclusions: performance studies/theatre studies -- 4. Tendencies in French scenography -- The powers of stage illusion -- Fantasy and the real -- Crossing the image -- The echoes of space -- The migration of subspaces -- The silence of space -- Concluding remarks -- 5. The mise en jeu of contemporary texts -- Combat de nègre et de chiens -- Papa doit manger -- Le bonheur du vent -- A tous ceux qui ... -- Conclusions --
  • Contents note continued: 6. The intercultural trap: rituality and mise en scène in the video art of Guillermo Gomez-Pena -- Current context -- Ritual? -- Reverse anthropology? -- A body with variable identities? -- Mise en scène as the theatricalisation of rituals? -- 7. Theatre in another culture: a Korean example -- A season in heaven -- Korean theatre seen from afar -- 8. Media on the stage -- Theatre and media -- Technology/media -- Other media in performance -- Historical landmarks -- Possibilities for video on stage -- Effects of media on our perception -- Suggestions for the analysis of media in mise en scène -- Working hypotheses -- Three examples -- General conclusions -- 9. The deconstruction of postmodern mise en scène -- Impossible erasure of the palimpsest -- Deconstruction and the reconstruction of tradition -- The undecidability of meaning -- Crisis of representation and chorality -- In praise of the void and of slowness -- The degraded ritual of repetition --
  • Contents note continued: To exit representation -- Deconstructing representation -- Conclusions: `To have done with the judgement of god' (Artaud) and with deconstruction? -- 10. Physical theatre and the dramaturgy of the actor -- May B. by Maguy Marin: touched by the other -- Itsi Bitsi: the dramaturgy of the actress -- Les étourdis, La Cour des grands by Macha Makeïff and Jerôme Deschamps: the body in bits -- From the body art of the past to the multiple identities of the present -- Andromaque on the cutting edge: Michel Liard's art of looking and listening -- Les ephémères du soleil: inventing collectively -- 11. The splendour and the misery of interpreting the classics -- The `classical effect' -- A tricky typology -- The end of the radical, fascination with the present -- New forms for old questions -- A new relationship with tradition -- Operating on the classics -- A few signs of the times -- General conclusions --
  • Contents note continued: 12. Staging calamity: mise en scène and performance at Avignon 2005 -- L'histoire des larmes -- Je suis sang -- Dieu et les esprits vivants -- B.#03 Berlin -- Anathème -- Puur -- Mue -- The Biography Remix -- Final remarks -- 13. Conclusions: Where is mise en scène going? -- A winding path -- A contrasting state of affairs: the 1990s -- The mise en cause of mise en scène -- Directing and its doubles: doubling the director -- From the spectator to the theatrical assembly -- On faithfulness: or the difficult life of the couple that is text-performance -- Where are we going?
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 358 p.
Isbn
9780415553445
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2012018569
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
40021751873
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn776534486
  • (OCoLC)ocn889303461

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