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Dramski repertoar HNK u Zagrebu za vrijeme Prvoga svjetskog rata ili nastavak dotadašnje poetike, politike i organizacije


Sanja Nikčević
Dramski repertoar HNK u Zagrebu za vrijeme Prvoga svjetskog rata ili nastavak dotadašnje poetike, politike i organizacije // Dani hvarskoga kazališta: Prvi svjetski rat u kulturnom pamćenju / Boris Senker (ur.).
Zagreb/Split: HAZU/Književni krug Split, 2015. str. 356-383 (predavanje, domaća recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
Dramski repertoar HNK u Zagrebu za vrijeme Prvoga svjetskog rata ili nastavak dotadašnje poetike, politike i organizacije
(Drama Repertoire of Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb during First World War or The Continuation of former Poetics, Politics and Organization)

Autori
Sanja Nikčević

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
Dani hvarskoga kazališta: Prvi svjetski rat u kulturnom pamćenju / Boris Senker - Zagreb/Split : HAZU/Književni krug Split, 2015, 356-383

ISBN
978-953-163-412-0

Skup
Dani hvarskoga kazališta: Prvi svjetski rat u kulturnom pamćenju

Mjesto i datum
Hvar, Hrvatska, 7.-10.05.2014

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Domaća recenzija

Ključne riječi
Hrvatska drama; hrvatsko kazalište; I sv. rat; Hrvatsko narodno kazalište
(Croatian drama; Croatian theatre; I WW; Croatian national theatre)

Sažetak
The repertoire of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb exhibited no significant changes (political, aesthetical nor organizational) during World War I in relation to preceding seasons. In period from June 28th 1914 to November 11th 1918, 109 premier plays were staged (same as in preceding four years). Programme itself corresponds with the trends of the 19th century (plays, dramas, well- made plays with folk, bourgeois and history themes, comedies and farces) with occurrences of new poetics (realism, modernism etc.) and staged texts origin from 18 different countries, proving obvious pertinence to European theatre space. Domestic texts are dominant (28) and there is no significant change in number of texts coming from German- speaking territories (27) in relation to preceding seasons, which is a reflection of dominant European dramatics of the 19th century. In spite of three cases of interdiction in four war years, this repertoire does not account for oppression of the Monarchy but on the contrary, demonstrates that the theatre followed political aspirations of independency that is to say Slavic union, even in the time of dominance of the Monarchy. Corpus constituted from 109 plays holds more than the fifth contemporary writers’ text from enemy countries (French and British comedy and Russian drama) and there is also a presence of texts which advocate Proslavic union, during and after the war. End of the World War I brings a political change (staging of primarily Slavic texts and ban of German) but significant turn of the theatre poetics did not occurre until the end of the World War II.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski

Znanstvena područja
Znanost o umjetnosti



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Autor s matičnim brojem:
Sanja Nikčević, (213923)