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Theories medievales du theatre (9/5/07; Kalamazoo, 5/08) BOURASSA ANDRE G

Une liste américaine annonce un colloque sur la vision médivale du
thjéâtre. Comme plusieurs de nos membres sont bilingues - et le Moyan-Âge
multilingue -  je me permets de vous retransmette l'invitation.
Cordialement, André G. Bourasa
Professeur associé
École supérieure du théâtre, UQÀM

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Theatrical theory from the Middle Ages is often defined and anthologized as
clerical texts that reflect anti-theatrical prejudices. In reality, texts from
the medieval period articulate a broad range of opinions about theatre’s role in
society. In addition, we can also identify theatrical theory in medieval
performance practices. Staging choices, dramatic imagery, character interactions,
performance conditions, actor/audience relationships, and records of reception
and regulation all provide us with further evidence of the ways in which medieval
communities and individuals conceptualized theatre. These practices reveal the
same attention to issues of genre, function, intention, value, and decorum
commonly associated with pre- and post-medieval theatrical theory. This panel
seeks papers that employ a flexible definition of “theatrical theory” in order to
demonstrate the variety of ways in which theatre and performance were theorized
during the Middle Ages. Work from all medieval periods and geographies are
welcome. Send one-page abstract with contact information to Jill Stevenson at
jillstevenson@gmail.com by September 5th, 2007.


This session is sponsored by the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society. You can
find information about the 43rd International Medieval Congress, which will take
place from May 8-11, 2008 at Western Michigan University, at the congress
website: http://www.wmich.edu/medieval/congress/index.html

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