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Livre-cadavre : corps stigmatisés et langue de la scène dans le théâtre de Romeo Castellucci

Abstract : « The book is a corpse. It is forever a lifeless letter, no matter what you do. It has always been considered as an object, a paper parallelepipedon […]. By breaking the book you can retrieve its breath of life » (Castellucci, 2001). Such are the words of contemporary stage director Romeo Castellucci, in whose creations the absence or near absence of text on stage is a recurrent feature. And whenever he uses some text, it is by analyzing it thoroughly and treating it as a material. Thus, voluntarily destroying the text, stifling its language to give it a second and different birth, he shifts the very notion of dramaturgy. In this light, the stage allows tongues to loosen, language to free itself, and becomes the place where a new writing and a non-textual flesh dramaturgy arises.
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Amandine Mercier. Livre-cadavre : corps stigmatisés et langue de la scène dans le théâtre de Romeo Castellucci. Percées. Explorations en arts vivants, Université du Québec à Montréal 2019, Corps scéniques, textes, textualités, ⟨10.7202/1075183ar⟩. ⟨hal-03637572⟩

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