What paths open up the dissimilar viewpoints of characters in a text? How is the diegesis experienced and seen by each element, whether it be human or not? The answers to these dramaturgical questions form the basis for a production’s structure; the director’s eye then follows.
In the first year, the students experimented with scenic suggestions based on their reading of a play.
During this second year, they will enrich their individual approach with these other viewpoints, internal to the text.
A key moment for paper theatre will take place during the Temps d’M festival.
This is an opportunity to revive the “Paper theatre at the service of dramaturgy” course.
The aim is to improve the students’ approach to stage work so as to externalise their intentions. During the first year course, each group extracted from the text the ideas they wanted to share with the audience. During the first performances, some of these ideas made their way across the stage to the audience. The other part, the one that remained unnoticed, is the reason for this revival.