- Italian Merchants Abroad and the Use of Foreign Languages, 14th-16th Centuries
- Il fantastico femminile: una questione di genere
- Centre Stage Series: Rehearsing Translation
- Il "New Italian Realism": genesi, caratteri, dibattito (2008-2013)
- L'ermetismo: una generazione
- Centre Stage Series: Commedia dell’Arte: From Street to Salon
- Centre Stage Series: Not Pierrot, More Pirandello!
- "Porte aperte": la mafia, il fascismo e la polizia negli anni Trenta
- Fascism’s Mediterranean Empire: Occupation, Governance and Italian Colonial Modernity in the Dodecanese Islands (1923-43)
- Centre Stage- Homage to Franca Rame: Actress, Writer, Activist
- From Phantasmagoria to Science!
- An Appointment with Dante
- Combating Ransom Kidnapping in Modern Italy: Magistrates, Memoirs, Media
- Lampedusa: Migratory Space, Memory and Aesthetics
- Le parole tra gli uomini
- From the Grotesque to the Galilean: Margherita Costa and the Spectacle of Baroque Female Dramaturgy
- The Many Lives of Inspector Montalbano
- Letteratura italiana e Riforma protestante: un incontro impossibile?
- Le epigrafi di Poggio Mirteto: la scoperta di una lauda di inizio Trecento
- Alberto Savinio e l'Europa: un artista pellegrino sotto il segno di Mercurio
- Come leggere la Commedia di Dante: la lezione dei poeti (T.S. Eliot, O. Mandelstam, e altri)
- Letteratura italiana e multiculturalità
- Pastoral, Peasants, and Portraits of Rural Life in the Renaissance: Ruzante, the Rozzi, and Shakespeare
- Unwinding the Labyrinth: Exploring the 'Eights in the Octagon' Exhibition
- A Journey to the Centre of Sentences
Centre Stage Series: Commedia dell’Arte: From Street to Salon
Publication date: Jan 31, 2014 01:44 PM
Start: Feb 27, 2014 06:00 PM
Location: Room 432, SSEES, 16 Taviton Street, London, WC1H 0BW
An interactive workshop, talk and solo performance by
Oliver Crick (Artistic Director of The Fabulous
Old Spot Theatre Company).
Commedia dell’arte has been considered a ‘discreet’ historical subject for a long while, but is now being recognised outside Italy as at least the equal to Shakespeare and the Elizabethans’ contribution to theatre in the early modern period.
Olly Crick will consider its history, both in the Renaissance and in post-Fascist Italy. He will examine its influence both as a theatrical form and in contemporary actor training. He will conclude with Commedia dell’arte extracts from his solo show From Street to Salon. The performance will be followed by a question and answer session.
Chaired by Chris Stamatakis (UCL)