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|Title:||Experimental theater : an interconnected symbiosis||Authors:||Abdelnour, Elise||Advisors:||Khairallah, Antoine||Keywords:||Experimental, Theater, Light, Projectors, Transformation, Progression, Warehouses, Industrial, Artistic, Educational, Cultural, Interior Architecture, Design.||Subjects:||Experimental theater--Design
University of Balamand--Dissertations
To be honest, I have never experienced nor understood the difference between experimental theatre and regular theatre. Both looked very alike architecturally. No exact definition was acknowledged throughout my research to determine the true reason behind the term “experimental”. The best part about an experimental theater? It is all about connections, feelings, interactions, unity. The performance of the play does not come only from the actors, but from the audience as well. Everyone is performing, creating one whole. Actions and movements are the main inspirations to create ideas in a theatrical space. This interaction creates a form of harmony, creating a circle. This loop influences the communion that we all need in order to create.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 37-38)
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