Epic Theatre

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Epic Theatre Monday, March 21, 2011 12:00 PM STYLE = imitation/immersion/identification MODERNIST STYLES Naturalism [Ibsen] - reality on stage seems so much like the real-world Anti-Naturalist Styles: Expressionism/Supernaturalism [Strindberg] - first revolt against naturalism in the theatre Comedy of Manners [Wilde]- superficial naturalism Epic or Dialectical Theatre [Brecht] MIMESIS = "imitation' Naturalism Epic Theatre Verisimilitude - life-likeness Demonstration Illusionist Non-Illusionist Minimizes Theatricality Maximizes Theatricality Aristotle o Imitation/mimesis o Identification/empathy o Catharsis Brecht o Narrative/reporting - pulling out reporting important details to report (ex. Retelling car accident) o Analysis/judgment o Withhold catharsis - doesn't care if we feel with or for his characters, but keep audience in a place of judgment so we analyze characters moves FRANKLIN & COLUMBIA STS.
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course DRAM 115 taught by Professor Adamdavidson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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