El teatro y su doble

El teatro y su doble A Collection Of Manifestos Originally Published In 1938, The Theater And Its Double Is The Fullest Statement Of The Ideas Of Antonin Artaud We Cannot Go On Prostituting The Idea Of The Theater, The Only Value Of Which Is In Its Excruciating, Magical Relation To Reality And Danger, He Wrote He Fought Vigorously Against An Encroaching Conventionalism He Found Anathema To The Very Concept Of Theater He Sought To Use Theater To Transcend Writing, To Break Through The Language In Order To Touch Life. Perfect for a day at the beach I m practically a phillistine when it comes to fine arts Even then, I found much of what Artuad s essays in this manifesto to be extraordinarily accessible.The Occidental theatre has lost its magic to make a metaphysics out of gestures, lighting, movements, in the short, the whole mise en scene, proclaims Artuad The Director prostrates before the Author, the stage before the text, the non discursive materiality of the word before the written text Frustrated by the emanciation of Theater into I m practically a phillistine when it comes to fine arts Even then, I found much of what Artuad s essays in this manifesto to be extraordinarily accessible.The Occidental theatre has lost its magic to make a metaphysics out of gestures, lighting, movements, in the short, the whole mise en scene, proclaims Artuad The Director prostrates before the Author, the stage before the text, the no
This is one of those books that seems cursed by having been too influential Some of the arguments, presumably ground breaking at the time, have been so thoroughly absorbed in later theoretical and artistic developments that they seem obvious The end result is a book that feels repetitive and rather banal The message may be trivial, but Artaud s writing is lively He covers Balinese theater, Kabbalah, Aztec culture, and the Black Death not in the manner of
I just re read a little of this After finishing Strip City I wanted something to read while hanging around the house one day but couldn t decide what to start next so I went with a little out of Theatre It is one of my all time favorite peices of writing.I ve picked this book apart so many times that this time I decided just to enjoy the words Artaud had a way with words that I haven t found anyone else close to Take for example this paragraph from The Theatre and The Plague my personal fav I just re read a little of this After finishing Strip City I wanted something to read while hanging around the house one day but couldn t decide what to start next so I went with a little out of Theatre It is one of my all time favorite peices of writing.I ve picked this book apart so many times that this time I decided just to enjoy the words Artaud had a way with words that I haven t found anyone else close to Take for example this paragraph from The T
I disagree wholesale with pretty much everything Artaud has to say and his philosophies usually produce the kind of insufferable pretentious theatre nobody outside of an art school can stand but this is sti
cruelty might be the functionally irreducible element that endures in all of its unassimilable difficulty on through the frustrated attempts of bertalanffian sociological capture the vigor and wildness of this non theoretical anarchistic kinship with antonin artaud stems from an embrace that all sociological form must be continually subverted, that this is the tendency of collaboration, that th
A solid manifesto, trying to save the theatre from the fetters of the written text Artaud s point is that the theatre should be above the text and reclaim the performance space in favor of addressing the senses In this book, he suggests a new drama that he calls The Theatre of Cruelty where actors and directors aim to distress the audience rather than telling psychological stories about characters, which is the domain of literature The theatre according to Artaud has been subordinated by li A solid manifesto, trying to save the theatre from the fetters of the written text Artaud s point is that the theatre should be above the text and reclaim the performance space in favor of addressing the senses In this book, he suggests a new drama that he calls The Theatre of Cruelty where actors and directors aim to distress the audience rather than telling psychological stories about characters, which is the domain of literature The theatre according t
Following a lengthy discursive diatribe on plagues, Artaud gets to his metaphor theater is like a plague Both hit you in the lungs and mind They each grab and twist, taking over, and whereas the plague will kill you, theater, if done to Artaud s specifications, captures the breath and liberates the mind Liberate it from what Who knows.Artaud thinks of theater as a venue to play out the perverse possibilities of the mind To those who think that s dark and morbid, Artaud says that s life s Following a lengthy discursive diatribe on plagues, Artaud gets to his metaphor theater is like a plague Both hit you in the lungs and mind They each grab and twist, taking over, and whereas the plague will kill you, theater, if done to Artaud s specifications, captures the breath and liberates the mind Liberate it from what Who knows.Artaud thinks of theater as a venue to play out the perverse possibilities of the mind To those who think that s dark and morbid, Artaud says that s life s fault, not theater s If it s buried deep in his psyche, it s probably deep in your psyche
It took me longer than expected to finish this book A collection of essays on modern techniques that should be introduced to theatre, and how theatre shouldn t be a mere performance based on a written text Many interesting elements but a lot of redundancy that made me lose focus several times. Newer Review Apparently the first time I read this I rather enjoyed it, but this time I was really put off by the racism, especially in essays like The Balinese Theatre But I also disliked this essay because I simply have no idea what he s talking about I mean, I have a sense of how Balinese performance works and what it generally looks like, but Artaud s explanation of it is so bizarre and dependent on generalizations about a shared communal response that his explanation simply doesn t mak Newer Review Apparently the first time I read this I rather enjoyed it, but this time I was really put off by the rac

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • El teatro y su doble
  • Antonin Artaud
  • Spanish
  • 17 June 2017
  • 9500726815