Rassegna di lore 50 coreorafie aspirate, second modalità diverse, all'opera di Samuel Beckett e riflessione teorico-metodologica su quest campo di ricerca e sulle relative prospective critiche. This paper reviews the over fifty performances we have so far listed in the context of a research dealing on one hand with choreographical aspects and implications of Beckett’s poetics as a writer, dramatist, and director, on the other hand with the diversified presence of his words and works on the contemporary dance scene. This documentary basis to be further enlarged and investigated includes choreographies by : M. Béjart, B. Blanchet and L. Falguiéras, F. Bürkle, G. Caciuleanu, O. Chanut, R. Chopinot, H. Diasnas and B. Pradet, D. Dobbles, D. Dupuy, A. Economou, W. Forsythe, C. Gitelman, L. Greene, S. Gross, J. Guizerix and F. Monrose, D. Jalet, R. Kasteleiner, Katsura Kan, H. Katz, J. Kylián, T. Limnaios, C. Loyer, M. Marin, J. Nadj, B. Nauman, T. O’Connor, A.-M. Pascoli, M. Rostaing, Ph. Saire, M. Schläpfer, Shang Chi Sun, V. Sieni, A. Sokolow, M. Susana, D. Théron, Maki Watanabe, R. Zappalà. By displaying a vaste range of interactions between verbal and non-verbal text, theatrical gesture and dance, music and visual arts, these performances represent not only different types of reenactment of Beckett’s prose and plays, but also insightful hermeneutic attitudes towards, as well as rereadings of, his writings and aesthetics.

Projections chorégraphiques beckettiennes: pour un corpus en danse

GENETTI, Stefano
2015-01-01

Abstract

Rassegna di lore 50 coreorafie aspirate, second modalità diverse, all'opera di Samuel Beckett e riflessione teorico-metodologica su quest campo di ricerca e sulle relative prospective critiche. This paper reviews the over fifty performances we have so far listed in the context of a research dealing on one hand with choreographical aspects and implications of Beckett’s poetics as a writer, dramatist, and director, on the other hand with the diversified presence of his words and works on the contemporary dance scene. This documentary basis to be further enlarged and investigated includes choreographies by : M. Béjart, B. Blanchet and L. Falguiéras, F. Bürkle, G. Caciuleanu, O. Chanut, R. Chopinot, H. Diasnas and B. Pradet, D. Dobbles, D. Dupuy, A. Economou, W. Forsythe, C. Gitelman, L. Greene, S. Gross, J. Guizerix and F. Monrose, D. Jalet, R. Kasteleiner, Katsura Kan, H. Katz, J. Kylián, T. Limnaios, C. Loyer, M. Marin, J. Nadj, B. Nauman, T. O’Connor, A.-M. Pascoli, M. Rostaing, Ph. Saire, M. Schläpfer, Shang Chi Sun, V. Sieni, A. Sokolow, M. Susana, D. Théron, Maki Watanabe, R. Zappalà. By displaying a vaste range of interactions between verbal and non-verbal text, theatrical gesture and dance, music and visual arts, these performances represent not only different types of reenactment of Beckett’s prose and plays, but also insightful hermeneutic attitudes towards, as well as rereadings of, his writings and aesthetics.
Beckett, teatro, performance, danza, coreografia
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