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Τίτλος: ‘Communal Hellenism’ and ancient tragedy performances in Greece (1975–1995): the ritual quest
Συγγραφέας: [EL] Καλτσούνας, Ευθύμιος[EN] Kaltsounas, Efthymios
[EL] Καραόγλου, Αντωνία[EN] Karaoglou, Antonia
[EL] Μηνιώτη, Ναταλία[EN] Minioti, Natalie
[EL] Παπάζογλου, Ελένη[EN] Papazoglou, Eleni
Ημερομηνία: 2021
Περίληψη: For the better part of the 20th century, the quest for a ‘Greek’ continuity in the so-called ‘revival’ of ancient drama in Greece was inextricably linked to what is termed and studied in this paper as a Ritual Quest. Rituality was understood in two forms: one was aesthetic and neo-classicist in its hermeneutic and performative codes, which were established and recycled –and as such: ritualized– in ancient tragedy productions of the National Theatre of Greece from the 1930s to the 1970s; the other, cultivated mainly during the 1980s, was cultural and centred around the idea that continuity can be traced and explored through the direct employment of Byzantine and folk ritual elements. Both aimed at eliciting the cohesive collective response of their spectators: their turning into a liminal ritual community. This was a community tied together under an ethnocentric identity, that of Greeks participating in a Greek (theatrical) phenomenon. At first through neoclassicism, then through folklore, this artistic phenomenon was seen as documenting a diachronic and essentially political modern Greek desideratum: conti-nuity with the ancient past. Such developments were in tune with broader cultural movements in the period under study, which were reflected on the common imaginings of Antiquity in the modern Greek collective consciousness - a sort of ‘Communal Hellenism’. The press reception of performances, apart from being a productive vehicle for the study of the productions as such, provides indispensable indexes to audience reception. Through the study of theatre reviews, we propose to explore the crucial shifts registered in the definition of Greekness and its dynamic connections to Antiquity.
Γλώσσα: Αγγλικά
ISSN: 2052-3971
Θεματική κατηγορία: [EL] Ανθρωπιστικές Επιστήμες και Τέχνες[EN] Humanities and the Arts
Λέξεις-κλειδιά: ancient dramaperformancestheatre reviewsClassical antiquityreceptionritual theatremodern Greek theatre
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Τίτλος πηγής δημοσίευσης: The Journal of Greek Media and Culture
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Σημειώσεις: This paper is part of the output of a research programme conducted by the authors, titled ‘“Communal Hellenism” and ancient drama performances in Greece (1975–1995): Imaginings of Antiquity in the Press from the Change of Regime, to the entrance to the EEC/EU, and on to the New Balkans’. The project was implemented through the Operational Programme ‘Human Resources Development, Education and Lifelong Learning’ of the European Partnership Agreement for the Development Framework 2014–2020 and was co-financed by the European Union (European Social Fund) and Greek National Funds
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