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La décentralisation théâtrale en Basse-Normandie de 1945 à 2012

Abstract : This thesis on the dramatical decentralization in Lower Normandy proposes to embrace the period that goes from the 1940s to today, from the launching of a national policy of dramatical decentralization impelled by Jeanne Laurent to the risepower of local authorities in the field of cultural competences. From the end of the second world war and the reconstruction of Caen, we will see how the venues have developed in the region, particularly through the emblematic figure of dramaticaldecentralization in Lower Normandy: Jo Tréhard. Self-taught comedian, director of company and theater, founder of multiple theaters (The “Tonneau”, the “Theatre – Maison de la Culture”, and the Comedy of Caen) and the Normandy Festival. We willthen study the construction of the network of scenes in Lower Normandy, including those with institutional recognition: labeled or approved by the Ministry of Culture (The Theater of Préau to Vire, The SN61 in Alençon, The Trident in Cherbourg, L'Archipel inGranville and the Coutances Theater). Finally, we will see how local authorities complement and support this network, as well as developments related to the latest territorial reforms.
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Charline Gatel. La décentralisation théâtrale en Basse-Normandie de 1945 à 2012. Art et histoire de l'art. Normandie Université, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019NORMC038⟩. ⟨tel-02497273⟩



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