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Extending the code: new forms of dramatic and theatrical expression

Extending the code: new forms of dramatic and theatrical expression

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Published by WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier in Trier .
Written in English

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  • American Literature,
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    SeriesContemporary drama in English -- 11
    ContributionsHrsg.: Mohr, Hans-Ulrich
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22713082M
    ISBN 103884766813


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Get this from a library. Extending the code: new forms of dramatic and theatrical expression: papers given on the occasion of the twelfth annual conference of the German Society for Contemporary Theatre and Drama in English.

[Hans-Ulrich Mohr; Kerstin Mächler; Deutsche Gesellschaft für das Englischsprachige Theater und Drama der Gegenwart. Reflections on Provocation and Provoked Audiences in Contemporary Theatre', in Hans-Ulrich Mohr and Kerstin Machler (eds), Extending the Code: New Forms of Dramatic and Theatrical Expression, (Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, ):   : Transdiscipline: In the Search for New Forms of Theatrical Expression (): Lily Aurora M?rquez Tamayo: BooksAuthor: Lily Aurora.

In his book, Aleks Sierz, a faculty member of Boston University London and co-editor of Theatre Voice, describes In-Yer-Face theatre as the work of young playwrights who break with conventional theatrical codes to confront the vulgar and the shocking. They present aggressive material to affect the audience and arouse public consciousness.

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The form developed by The Federal Theatre Project which integrated factual data with dramatic vignettes, utilized central character of the "little man", questioned problems and was led through its background, consequences, solutions, using dialogue taken from speeches, newspapers, documents, and utilized techniques borrowed from epic theater.

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It’s just another way of making and distributing new work, new stories, new drama, new plays. And there are many exciting possibilities of combining these approaches. In creative, narrative digital media—as well as theater—it is the message, the content, the conflict, the core idea, the dramatic action being conveyed, that is the thing.

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