Space in the 20th Century Theatre: 2. Determination, Consequence and Assumption

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Dinulović, Radivoje (2015)
  • Publisher: ID Design 2012/DOOEL Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  • Journal: South East European Journal of Architecture and Design (issn: 1857-9353, eissn: 1857-9353)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3889/seejad.2015.10008
  • Subject: Theatre | 20th Century theatre; determination; consequence; assumption | Architecture

BACKGROUND: Interaction of literature, visual and performing arts as well as media, especially in the second half of the twentieth century, has substantially transformed the technical and artistic resources the theatre uses.AIM: The aim of this study is to present determination, consequence and assumption as parts of Space in the 20th Century Theatre.MATERIAL AND METHODS: Three aspects of the architecture were described in details: determination, consequence and assumption of the space in the 20th century theatre.RESULTS: The idea of theatre is conveyed through houses, books, research documents, history and theory, but it is also conveyed through "theatre people". This concept, can be and must be understood the two ways: as a guideline for a highly heterogeneous and inarticulate "global tribe", and at the same time, as the common name for members of a particular theatre - the theatre as a troupe, or theatre as a movement, but mostly the theatre as an institution of what we often call “the theatre house”.CONCLUSION: The causal system of relationships between the theatre house, theatre people and theatre as an idea (or the idea of theatre) is the central theme of my understanding of the definitions, values and purpose of theatre.
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