Mise en Abyme. 

International Journal of Comparative Literature and Arts.

Vol. VII, Issue 1. January/June 2020

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MAKE A MOVE

Debating Independent and Non-Institutionalised Theatres in Europe

Edited by Armando Rotondi

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

  • Preface: How this work is structured                                                                                   Armando Rotondi

  • Introduction: An overview of the definition of the theoretical-historical framework  of “non-institutionalised” or “independent” theatre                             Valentina Temussi

 

PART I – ESSAYS

 

  • Mapping definitions of independent and non-institutionalised theatres         Daria Lavrennikov (Institute of the Arts Barcelona)

  • A business model for non-institutionalised and independent theatre                      Armando Rotondi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

PART II – CASE STUDIES

 

  • Spectacular ad hoc structures as a further step in the collective creation: The Make a Move project

         Eugen Păsăreanu (University of Arts Târgu-Mureș)

  • Tappeto Volante and the site-specific as an event    

         Armando Rotondi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • Teatro de Los Sentidos  and the “theatre of experience”       

         Valentina Temussi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • Wild Theatre and the establishment of a non-institutionalised theatre company  in an emergency extra-EU context                                                                      

         Lyudmyla Honcharova (University of Visual and Performing Arts in Colombo)

  • Rimini Protokoll and the use of digital                                                                   

         Freya Treutmann (Institute of the Arts Barcelona)

  • Frantic Assembly versus Le Vieux Colombier theatre model                                      Valentina Temussi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

PART III – FOCUS

 

  • How do European theatre creators take the audience into consideration?            Raluca Blaga (University of Arts Târgu-Mureș)

  • An understanding of terminology and the need of a specific glossary                       Valentina Temussi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • Shaping devised theatre creation with keywords                                                                Traian Penciuc (University of Arts Târgu-Mureș)

 

PART IV – MAPPING

 

  • A selection of  European theatre and performance festivals                                       Armando Rotondi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • A selection of market events for performing arts                                                                Armando Rotondi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • A selection of Europe-based companies/artists                                                                Valentina Temussi/Daria Lavrennikov (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • A selection of Europe-based research and training centres in the field of non-institutionalised, independent, physical, and movement-based theatre                 Valentina Temussi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • A selection of Europe-based international networks, websites and cross-regional bodies (private and public) for performing arts funding               Armando Rotondi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

  • A selection of national European institutions involved in the promotion of culture, including performing arts, through support, advocacy, funding and grants information                                                                                                 Armando Rotondi (Institute of the Arts Barcelona/Liverpool John Moores University)

This publication was developed as part of the Make a Move – An Art Incubator for European non-institutionalised and independent theatre project and co-founded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. The Make a Move – An Art Incubator project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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