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La théâtralité retrouvée. Étude socio-esthétique du théâtre indépendant à Buenos Aires (1983-2003)

Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to account for the changes occurred in the ways independent theatre is performed and thought about in Argentina, between 1983 and 2003. The social-political context is strongly marked by the post dictatorship years therefore the activity linked to theatre is reconfigured and this change implies a revision of this very practice. For the performing community, it implies a reworking of the symbolic order in relation to both perception and appreciation of theatre.In this approach at the crossroad of sociological analysis of the artistic phenomena and the comprehension of its esthetical specificity, we will pursue three goals. First, we will embark in a socio-historical analysis of the polysomic concept of theatrical independence, in order to define its meanings and practices. Secondly, we will analyse the reconfiguration of independent theatre through its various players (artists, facilitators critics), as well as the major theatre works that have been a landmark and the analysis of spaces for creativity, movement and legitimation of such works. Finally, we will identify the forms of production for a new theatrical approach (the way comedians act, create a new type of fiction and how they connect to reality) as well as the possible emergence of a political pledge at the very heart of the new independent and contemporary scene of Argentina’s theatre.
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Maria Florencia Dansilio. La théâtralité retrouvée. Étude socio-esthétique du théâtre indépendant à Buenos Aires (1983-2003). Sociologie. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017USPCA098⟩. ⟨tel-01914226⟩



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