Teorie divadla a jeho složek 1

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201ETJ1 Z 2 3 hodiny výuky týdně (45 minut), 19 až 29 hodin domácí příprava anglicky letní

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Jméno vyučujícího (jména vyučujících)


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Obsah kurzu

This course combines lectures and classes (2 classes weekly) developing knowledge and skills acquired in the bachelor's study of theatre and drama theory to a new level at which the interest of the student is focused on general issues and on the other hand, issues of individual trades (theory, directing, dramaturgy theory, acting theory).

The course syllabus is created by questions in the master's exam in the history and theory of acting, formulated to prompt brief considerations supported by examples; those considerations should rise from, not only, acquired knowledge, but also, a consideration of one’s own experience in stage and staging practice.

Questions in the master's exam in drama arts theory and history for all DAMU studies:

  1. Drama (stage) arts from the perspective of its cultural, aesthetic, and possibly psycho-social function: drama arts as a cultural factor, play, image, entertainment and/or self-expression.
  2. Drama arts in the Western and Eastern cultural traditions.
  3. Drama, dramatic, dramatics in “civil” life, in education and the arts.
  4. Theatre: institution, building, space, ensemble, operation, manner of communication, possibly, expression and/or arts.
  5. Drama and theatricality (staging): drama (not only in the sense of a theatre play) and theatre (stage), theatricality and spectacle, stage and theatricality, obvious and hidden.
  6. Acting (“staging”) in life and acting (stage, and by extension dramatic) arts.
  7. Mime: (dramatic, stage) arts as an image and expression.
  8. Types and genres of drama (stage) arts from the perspective of supply (creative intentions of those who do it) and demand (audience “needs” and tendencies).
  9. Types and genres of drama (stage) arts in connection with its elements and habits, and possible manners of their arrangement.
  10. The relationship of the stage and auditorium in the mirror (completed and possible) changes in the theatre space.
  11. Acting role recitation, comedy production and self-expression; actor and player, and comedian and actor, professional and amateur, actor and entertainer.
  12. Classical, Romance, Realism: attitudes and styles, periods and tendencies, common cultural sources and local period phenomenon.
  13. Archaic (traditional), modern and contemporary (post-modern): period, attitude, art.
  14. Trade and enthusiasm: requirements and particulars of the creative process in drama arts and its imaginative and intellectual moments, intuition and trade; conventions as a requirement and barrier to creation.
  15. Drama arts and the development of media.

Doporučená nebo povinná literatura

Hodnoticí metody a kritéria

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