Irene Scaturro, «Il teatro di Anne Bogart. L’attore, il training, la regia»
- Autori: Sica, A.
- Anno di pubblicazione: 2016
- Tipologia: Articolo in rivista (Articolo in rivista)
- OA Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10447/223366
In 1992, Anne Bogart creates Saratoga International together with Tadashi Suzuki Theater Institute and the SITI Company, co-directed by Bogart, Ellen Lauren and Leon Ingulsrud. In the years of greatest ferment of the avant-gardes in New York, Anne Bogart becomes the most authoritative expression of an artistic movement that combines the art of theater with theory and not the practice, thus it reaches its own technique that is governed by an ideology of practice. Arnold Aronsonsaw in the work of the Bogart the best expression of what he called the pastiche play. Over the years the Bogart’s style has confirmed and expanded the elements of the former experiments with Tadashi Suzuki, improving the transcultural aspect of the training and modifying dramaturgy into continuuos movement. Scaturro introduces us to the complex creative Bogart’s theatrical machine, by writing a careful and verified documentation, in particular, of the production “Hotel Cassiopeia” (2006) by Charles L. Mee, through an autobiographical diary which is the most important part of the job.