【11月16日】Peter Eckersall:Dramaturgy Equals Contemporary Performance
 
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 “英华人文系列讲座”第88


讲座题目:Dramaturgy Equals Contemporary Performance

主讲人:Peter Eckersall 教授

时间:20161116日(周三)1400-1600

地点:虹口校区会议中心英伦厅

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内容提要

This lecture will explore the development of the European idea of dramaturgy and its influence on contemporary theatre and performance practices.  Dramaturgy will be discussed as an ‘operating system’ for the contemporary theatre and a bridge between an idea that inspires an artwork and its realization through artistic expression.  In other words, dramaturgy is seen in this lecture as a way to think about how the meaning and experience of theatre is made from theatre’s materials and processes.  Theatre research that is informed by dramaturgy is therefore better able to link processes of creativity with performance analysis.  Dramaturgy opens new pathways of reading theatre and discussing theatre in its variety of contexts.  The lecture will discuss the importance of ‘new dramaturgy’ in these developments and will consider examples of performance that exemplify ‘new dramaturgical’ trends such as: new media, hybridity and anti-theatricality.  


人物概况

Peter Eckersall is Professor and Executive Officer of the PhD Program in Theatre at the Graduate Centre, City University of New York.  Recent publications include We’re People Who Do Shows, Back to Back Theatre: Performance, Politics, Visibility (co-edited with Helena Grehan, Performance Research Books, 2013), Theatre and Performance in the Asia-Pacific: Regional Modernities in the Global Era (co-authored with Denise Varney, Barbara Hatley and Chris Hudson, Palgrave 2013) and Performativity and Event in 1960s Japan: City, Body, Memory (Palgrave 2013).  Peter is co-investigator on an Australian Research Council project titled ‘Power and Performance: Revaluing Theatre in the 21st century’. He is the dramaturg for Not Yet It’s Difficult (NYID) performance group and is a key member of the Dramaturgies forum developing seminars and workshops for the development of dramaturgical practice.  Peter’s new monograph New Media Dramaturgy: Performance and New-materialism, co-authored with Helena Grehan and Ed Scheer will be published with Palgrave in 2017.



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