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Re: Condamnes executes sur scene? (fwd) s-romanowski



Voici une reponse du medieviste dans notre department, William Paden.
Apparemment cela pourrait avoir une part de verite.  Sylvie Romanowski.



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>Date: Thu, 2 Feb 1995 11:19:21 -0600
>To: s-romanowski@nwu.edu
>From: wpaden@nwu.edu (Bill Paden)
>Subject: Re: Condamnes executes sur scene? (fwd)
>
>
>I think I have, or possibly prisoners being really beaten and scourged when
>they play Christ.  I heard this from Jody Enders at the MLA in Toronto,
>1993, who wrote a prizewinning book on the subject a couple of years
>ago.>She is much into complicity of the audience in the violence of
>spectacle.
>Her book is Rhetoric and the Origins of Medieval Drama, Cornell, 1992.
>
>Then again, there was of course the Roman circus, which included death of
>prisoners, Christian martyrs, gladiators, and what have you.
>
>Hope this helps.  Cheers,
>Bill
>>
>>>>Bill, as a medeivalist, have you ever heard about actors being executed on
>>>>stage?? Sylvie
>>>>
>>>>Date: Wed, 1 Feb 1995 09:26:05 -0500
>>>>>Reply-To: queatre@uqam.ca
>>>>>Originator: queatre@uqam.ca
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>>>>>From: BOURASSA ANDRE G <bourassa.andre_g@uqam.ca>
>>>>>To: s-romanowski@nwu.edu
>>>>>Subject: Condamnes executes sur scene? (fwd)
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>>>>>Repondre directement a Jesse, qui ne fait pas partie de Queatre. Copie de
>>>>>la reponse peut etre acheminee a queatre@uqam.ca
>>>>>
>>>>>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>>>>
>>>>>This sounds pretty far fetched on the face of it, at least for English
>>>>>guild-sponsored drama, but I thought I would post it to the group and see
>>>>>what happened!
>>>>>
>>>>>A.
>>>>>
>>>>>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>>>>Date: Tue, 31 Jan 1995 13:35:14 -0700
>>>>>From: Jesse Hurlbut <HURLBUTJ@JKHBHRC.BYU.EDU>
>>>>>To: Multiple recipients of list PERFORM <PERFORM@IUBVM.UCS.INDIANA.EDU>
>>>>>Subject: Actors from death row
>>>>>
>>>>>I've read in a couple of places (I'm trying to remember where) that
>>>>>in some instances, condemned criminels participated in medieval
>>>>>mystery plays--their own execution lending dramatic realism to the
>>>>>depiction of a martyrdom scene.
>>>>>
>>>>>Is this verifiably true?  do we have documented instances of this
>>>>>practice?
>>>>>
>>>>>Are there also other ways in which the very real become part of the
>>>>>'play' like this?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>Jesse_Hurlbut@byu.edu
>>>>
>>>>--
>>>>Sylvie Romanowski    :    s-romanowski@nwu.edu
>>>>Associate Professor of French
>>>>Department of French and Italian
>>>>Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208
>>
>>William D. Paden     :    wpaden@nwu.edu
>>Professor and Chair  :    708-491-5490/Fax: 708-491-3877
>>Department of French and Italian
>>Northwestern University, Evanston, IL           60208-2204  USA
>>
>
>William D. Paden     :    wpaden@nwu.edu
>Professor and Chair  :    708-491-5490/Fax: 708-491-3877
>Department of French and Italian
>Northwestern University, Evanston, IL           60208-2204  USA
>

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Sylvie Romanowski    :    s-romanowski@nwu.edu
Associate Professor of French
Department of French and Italian
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208