La figure de l'enfermement comme modèle tragique dans la dramaturgie contemporaine colombienne

Abstract : With Colombian drama of the last thirty years, we face two routes intersect that appear, or better, overlap: the real, which corresponds to the socio-political context of Colombia and the fictional, which allows us to glimpse a singular landscape of fiction to emerge through some contemporary pieces Colombia. This interplay between reality and fiction, brings us to the recurring figure of confinement. Thus we attend the performance of a world where prisons have no bars, where the confinement is daily. On stage the characters are enclosed in their physical and metaphorical, indoor or outdoor spaces, which prohibit any possibility of completion and reconciliation between the oposite forces that maintains their conflicts. Then, confinement leads characters to a tragic feeling, the loss of the world and oneself, that is to say that the tragic lost in these pieces, meaning transcending the human. Hence the initial questions which we started: how to confinement in a dramatic contemporary space enable us to find the tragic? And where will this tragic go, when the tragedy is over? The current form of tragedy could it not be a new way to recapture the essence of the tragedy and the « sense of humanity » ? These are questions that give their guidance in our research.
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Sandra Camacho Lopez. La figure de l'enfermement comme modèle tragique dans la dramaturgie contemporaine colombienne. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : 2010PA030096⟩. ⟨tel-00880335⟩



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