And yet, the term appears to have almost no currency outside academic institutions. Retrieved 2 January Albeit a challenging book, Lehmann’s work is unprecedented in its scope and effort. Open Preview See a Problem? No trivia or quizzes yet.
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Diego Gil rated it really liked it Jun 07, It is the most vital book on theatre I have read in postddamatic, and is indispensable for anyone with an interest in the theatrical avant garde or in understanding what is going on in mainland European theatre. Newly adapted for the Anglophone reader, this is an excellent translation of Hans-Thies Lehmann’s groundbreaking study of the new theatre forms that have developed since the late s, which has become postdrramatic key reference point in international discussions of contemporary theatre.
It also provides an invaluable philosophical framework for understanding where the work is situated within wider intellectual thinking. Rosella rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
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Whole currents at play within British theatre today — site-specific work; non-linear, fragmentary texts; multimedia and puppet theatre — are all discussed, and you suddenly get a sense that this is not just work happening on the margins of “proper theatre” but that such work is part of a rich tradition all of its own, on a separate trajectory from drama.
Pedro Marnoto rated it it was amazing Mar 13, Thus postdramatic theatre is more striving to produce an effect amongst the spectators than to remain true tbeatre the text. Sophie rated it it was amazing Sep 28, This is a great pity since, as I noted recentlyBritain already suffers from a dearth of ways to describe and discuss new forms, so when such a convenient term turns up, it seems idiotic to dismiss it.
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Postdramatic theatre is no longer a closed book
While certain passages of the book do get into some fiercely complex academic arguments, in the main the book remains hugely readable and accessible. Another way of using the notion is to describe plays with postdramtic or no drama, for instance the plays of Jon Fosse.
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Feb 25, Matteo Cavelier rated it it was amazing. Lehmann locates what he calls ‘the new theatre’ as part of ‘a simultaneous and multi-perspectival form of perceiving’; this, he argues is brought about, in large part, by a reaction to the dominance of the written text.
Books by Hans-Thies Lehmann. Jun 29, Fabricio Muriana rated it really liked it. By the s, British playwrights revealed hqns-thies own interest in what would soon be understood as postdramatic forms of writing. It is a great introduction to postdramatic theatre.
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The orientation provided by recognizable characters or plotlines dissolves, and spectators have to negotiate the production of postdramatic plays by working through a new set of conventions.