Cover illustration: Medea's Dress, Piero Tosi, 1969
Chair: Alessio Francesco Palmieri Marinoni.
In the 20th and (thus far in the) 21st century, classical theatre performances multiplied throughout the world. The ancient theatre of the Greeks and Romans has come back to life in the contemporary imagination; it converses with other media and fascinates directors and playwrights, actors and audiences, readers, students and aficionados.
This growing, increasingly demanding public, which perceives ancient drama as something profoundly topical, will find here a synthesis of the last century of theatre history organised by themes, trends, and exemplary cases – as well as the tools needed to discover, or rediscover, the classical theatre and to actively participate in a satisfying collective theatrical experience.
The seminar will focus on case studies linked to classical tragedy to point up how directors’ choices and interpretations attribute meanings and functions to costume.
- The rediscovery of tragedy
- Period costume or contemporary dress
- The costume-text-society paradigm
- Analysis of the costumes in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Medea
- Comparison of Peter Stein’s Orestea and Bob Wilson’s Odyssey
SUGGESTED BOOK TO READ:
Cavalli, M. (2008) Lo spettacolo nel mondo greco, Bruno Mondadori Editori
Dunbar, Z. – Harrop, S. (2018) Greek Tragedy and the Contemporary Actor, Palgrave McMillan
Thursday 15 October 2020
5pm - 7pm (2 hours)
in LIVESTREAMING via ZOOM
Students and history of costume experts, history of fashion, historical tailoring, tour guides, art critics, cultural and textile heritage operators, enthusiasts.
AT THE END OF THE COURSE
Certificate of participation
To register, please send the enrollment form to the email address email@example.com ; then pay the fee by credit cars through the form at the end of the page
or pay by offline payments
The seminar will be available by online video platform Zoom. You need to have a device with internet working connection. The webinar is provided in Italian languange.
- € 28,00