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Participation et distanciation dans Dionysus in ’69. De la performance de Richard Schechner au film de Brian De Palma

Abstract : In his Dionysus in ’69 performance (1968), manifesto of environmental theatre, Richard Schechner challenges the opposition between the stage and the auditorium. Most importantly, he encourages the audience to participate physically during scenes of collective trance. On the contrary, a lot of distancing effects occur during other moments of the show. In the movie Brian De Palma directs by recording the performance (1970), to what extent does he try and translate cinematographically those original features?
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Baptiste Villenave. Participation et distanciation dans Dionysus in ’69. De la performance de Richard Schechner au film de Brian De Palma. Double Jeu Théâtre / Cinéma, Presses universitaires de Caen, 2014, Cinéma et théâtre américains : influences, relations, transferts, pp.51-63. ⟨10.4000/doublejeu.355⟩. ⟨hal-01613472⟩

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