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Poetry on stage : the theatre of the italian neo-avant-garde / Gianluca Rizzo.

Av: Rizzo, Gianluca [aut]
Language: English Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Beskrivning: vii, 462 sidorInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9781487506667Ämne(n): 1900-talet | Experimentteater | Italiensk dramatik | Teater -- historia | ItalienDDK-klassifikation: 792.0945 SAB-klassifikation: Ikb-i
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Introduction -- 1 Why the Theatre? The Role of the Stage in the Theoretical Debate Surrounding the Poetry and Poetics of the Neo-Avant-Garde -- 1.1 A Bitter aperitivo -- 1.2 A Knot of Theoretical and Practical Issues -- 1.3 Contemporary Press Coverage -- 1.4 Poetry and the Stage -- 1.5 The Example of Pagliarani -- 1.6 Sanguineti and the Theatre of the Neoavanguardia -- 1.7 A "Manifesto minimo" for a Teatro dei Novissimi -- 1.8 Il Verri's inchiesta "Sul teatro" -- 2 The Italian Stage in the 1960s -- 2.1 Carmelo Bene -- 2.2 Mario Ricci -- 2.3 Carlo Quartucci -- 2.4 Giuliano Scabia -- 2.5 After 1965 -- 2.6 The Evolution of Quartucci's and Scabia's Theatre -- 2.7 Brecht and "Brechtismo" -- 2.8 Artaud and the Living Theatre -- 2.9 The Convegno di Ivrea -- 2.10 Pasolini and the "Teatro di Parola" -- 3 A Few Theoretical Notes on Breath and Text: Antonio Porta and Giuliano Scabia -- 3.1 An Ambivalent Relation -- 3.2 Reasons for Convergence and Divergence -- 3.3 The Words of "corpo-voce":Oral versus Written -- 3.4 The Changing Status of the Text -- 3.5 Giuliano Scabia: An Extreme, Exemplary Path -- 3.6 Antonio Porta's Hungry Verse -- 3.7 The "Battle of Castelporziano" -- 4 An Introduction to Pagliarani's Theatre -- 4.1 Theatre as "Verification" -- 4.2 Languages and Characters -- 4.3 The Function of the Chorus -- 4.4 Exempla Devoid of Moral -- 5 Collaborations and Convergences: Pagliarani, Giuliani, Celli, and Sanguineti -- 5.1 Giuliani and "Il teatro dei Novissimi" -- 5.2 Pelle d'Asino, according to Perrault -- 5.3 Grottesco per musica -- 5.4 The Play's General Plan -- 5.5 Act Two Manuscripts -- 5.6 The Comparison with Giuliani's Povera Juliet ("Poor Juliet") -- 5.7 The Rewriting of Jarry's Ubu Roi -- 5.8 Ubu's Intertextuality -- 5.9 Ubu's Language: Interpretations and Puppets -- 5.10 Jarry's Reception in Italy -- 5.11 Seneca, Nero, and the Land Surveyor K. -- 5.12 The Rewriting of Faust by Pagliarani and Celli -- 5.13 Conclusions -- Interviews -- Interview with Valentina Valentini -- Interview with Pippo Di Marca -- Interview with Nanni Balestrini -- Interview with Giuliano Scabia.
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Introduction -- 1 Why the Theatre? The Role of the Stage in the Theoretical Debate Surrounding the Poetry and Poetics of the Neo-Avant-Garde -- 1.1 A Bitter aperitivo -- 1.2 A Knot of Theoretical and Practical Issues -- 1.3 Contemporary Press Coverage -- 1.4 Poetry and the Stage -- 1.5 The Example of Pagliarani -- 1.6 Sanguineti and the Theatre of the Neoavanguardia -- 1.7 A "Manifesto minimo" for a Teatro dei Novissimi -- 1.8 Il Verri's inchiesta "Sul teatro" -- 2 The Italian Stage in the 1960s -- 2.1 Carmelo Bene -- 2.2 Mario Ricci -- 2.3 Carlo Quartucci -- 2.4 Giuliano Scabia -- 2.5 After 1965 -- 2.6 The Evolution of Quartucci's and Scabia's Theatre -- 2.7 Brecht and "Brechtismo" -- 2.8 Artaud and the Living Theatre -- 2.9 The Convegno di Ivrea -- 2.10 Pasolini and the "Teatro di Parola" -- 3 A Few Theoretical Notes on Breath and Text: Antonio Porta and Giuliano Scabia -- 3.1 An Ambivalent Relation -- 3.2 Reasons for Convergence and Divergence -- 3.3 The Words of "corpo-voce":Oral versus Written -- 3.4 The Changing Status of the Text -- 3.5 Giuliano Scabia: An Extreme, Exemplary Path -- 3.6 Antonio Porta's Hungry Verse -- 3.7 The "Battle of Castelporziano" -- 4 An Introduction to Pagliarani's Theatre -- 4.1 Theatre as "Verification" -- 4.2 Languages and Characters -- 4.3 The Function of the Chorus -- 4.4 Exempla Devoid of Moral -- 5 Collaborations and Convergences: Pagliarani, Giuliani, Celli, and Sanguineti -- 5.1 Giuliani and "Il teatro dei Novissimi" -- 5.2 Pelle d'Asino, according to Perrault -- 5.3 Grottesco per musica -- 5.4 The Play's General Plan -- 5.5 Act Two Manuscripts -- 5.6 The Comparison with Giuliani's Povera Juliet ("Poor Juliet") -- 5.7 The Rewriting of Jarry's Ubu Roi -- 5.8 Ubu's Intertextuality -- 5.9 Ubu's Language: Interpretations and Puppets -- 5.10 Jarry's Reception in Italy -- 5.11 Seneca, Nero, and the Land Surveyor K. -- 5.12 The Rewriting of Faust by Pagliarani and Celli -- 5.13 Conclusions -- Interviews -- Interview with Valentina Valentini -- Interview with Pippo Di Marca -- Interview with Nanni Balestrini -- Interview with Giuliano Scabia.

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