Lo spazio scenico infinito che è negli uomini

Author/s Thomas Otto Zinzi
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2022/37
Language Italian Pages 6 P. 160-165 File size 242 KB
DOI 10.3280/EDS2022-037014
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The infinite stage space that is in the people. The stage space is not just a setting. It is perhaps the idealtype and archetype of the setting. Following the zig zag line between theatrical practice and reflection on that practice, it is possible to deduce profound implications for any other type of setting and, in particular, for the clinical and therapeutic one. Because that setting is a space that is first of all internal to those who live it. In the words of the author: «The stage space is emp-ty, the actor writes the life of his character on stage. When I enter the stage space there is nothing. Not even the production. A boy with a head bigger than the others wants to talk, tell, be part of this humanity. The stage becomes his square: he talks, laughs and with a tear a puddle of clean water forms».

Keywords: stage space, aesthetic relationship, context, invention, drama.

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Thomas Otto Zinzi, Lo spazio scenico infinito che è negli uomini in "EDUCAZIONE SENTIMENTALE" 37/2022, pp 160-165, DOI: 10.3280/EDS2022-037014