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Readers also enjoyed. About Antonin Artaud. Antonin Artaud. Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud, better known as Antonin Artaud, was a French playwright, poet, essayist, actor, and theatre director.
Considered among the most influential figures in the evolution of modern drama theory, Antonin Artaud associated himself with Surrealist writers, artists, and experimental theater groups in Paris during the s. When political differences resulted in him breaking from Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud, better known as Antonin Artaud, was a French playwright, poet, essayist, actor, and theatre director. Together they hoped to create a forum for works that would radically change French theatre.
Artaud, especially, expressed disdain for Western theatre of the day, panning the ordered plot and scripted language his contemporaries typically employed to convey ideas, and he recorded his ideas in such works as Le Theatre de la cruaute and The Theatre and Its Double. Artaud believed that theatre should represent reality and, therefore, affect the audience as much as possible, therefore he used a mixture of strange and disturbing forms of lighting, sound, and other performance elements.
Artaud wanted to put the audience in the middle of the 'spectacle' his term for the play , so they would be 'engulfed and physically affected by it'. He referred to this layout as being like a 'vortex' - a constantly shifting shape - 'to be trapped and powerless'.
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Eu, Antonin Artaud
Flores Enrique. After reviewing the reasons that took Antonin Artaud in a voyage to Mexico, this paper analyzes in detail a play he wrote before his trip. Construire une scene de planches pour. V:
El teatro de la crueldad
Artaud, who was briefly a member of the surrealist movement, outlined his theories in The Theatre and its Double. The Theatre of Cruelty can be seen as a break from traditional Western theatre and a means by which artists assault the senses of the audience. Deeply affected by the events of World War I , the artists of the movement felt increasing skepticism of the existing societal structures that had allowed for global warfare. While Artaud would eventually break away from surrealism, the movement helped to shape his later theories on the Theatre of Cruelty.
Antonin Artaud y el teatro de la crueldad en Cuba
Theatre of Cruelty