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Staging La vida es sueño: its première and three contemporary productions

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Research on the comedia in performance has partially ignored the actor’s role in establishing aesthetic and ideological meanings in early modern and (post)modern stagings. This study addresses this gap by employing four performances of La vida es sueño as case studies: the 1632-1636 première (Chapter I) and three CNTC productions from 1996 (Chapter II), 2000 (Chapter III), and 2012 (Chapter IV). Its objective is to answer the following questions: what is the players’ role in conveying dram...

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HUMS
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Medieval & Modern Languages Faculty
Sub department:
Spanish
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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