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Henrik Ibsen în România (III)

Author(s): Lucian Sinigaglia

Journal: Studii si Cercetari de Istoria Artei : Teatru, Muzică, Cinematografie
ISSN 0039-3991

Volume: 4(48);
Start page: 73;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: Mihail Sebastian | Petru Comarnescu | Ibsenian exegesis | Romanian stage | "The Wild Duck" | "Rosmersholm"

Part of a monographic study, this paper deals with the introduction of Ibsen's oeuvre in Romanian culture and its significant influence among theatre practitioners. In the third chapter, the author continues to analyse the contribution of Romanian theatre thinkers to the exegesis of Ibsen. He then traces back the history of The Wild Duck and Rosmersholm on Romanian stage, from the late nineteenth through the twentieth century. The paper provides data regarding the casts and crews engaged in the production of the two plays, and it includes excerpts from several theatre reviews.With his keen sense for both human inner conflicts and the wider social picture, the Norwegian playwright was a major challenge for actors, stage directors, scenographers; by drawing the history of staging Ibsen in Romania, the author also offers a glimpse into the evolving mentality of theatre-going public and the development of theatrical language.
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