|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||L-ART/05|
The course gives students the basic instruments to understand the institutional aspects, the economic context, the cultural policies and the management practices of the performing arts (notably, spoken theatre) in Italy.
The objective of the course is to make students aware of the main institutional, economic-financial and organisational dynamics that have characterised the production and distribution of the performing arts over the centuries.
For 6 CFU students:
In addition, for 9 CFU students:
Although it is not compulsary, students are advised to have taken History of theatre before attending to this course.
Class lectures (no streaming) during the first two modules. Active participationis required in the third module : students will research into the Ristori Capranica Del Grillo Archive, in order to write a paper (other languages in addition to Italian are possible) and to present it to the class.
Subscription to Aulaweb is mandatory for all students.
Programme for students taking the course for 6 cfu/40 lesson hours
Theoretical and historical basics
The first two modules will sketch the main outlines of the history of the Italian spoken theatre "system", with particular regard to organisational, political and economic aspects.
Programme for students taking the course for 9 cfu/60 lesson hours: The entrepenuerial strategies of Adelaide Ristori
The third module is dedicated to Adelaide Ristori (1822-1906), the first Italian theatre star. The exceptional Ristori Archive (preserved at the Museo Biblioteca dell'Attore) will permit students to study directly her entrepeneurial strategies.
Students not proficient in Italian may request a substitutive program.
Programme for students taking 6 CFU/40 lesson hours:
Programme for students taking 9 CFU/60 lesson hours:
Bibliography on Adelaide Ristori will be arranged on individual topics.
Bibliography for students not proficient in Italian language may be arranged individually.
LIVIA CAVAGLIERI (President)
GIULIA TADDEO (Substitute)
3 October 2022
Students will be evaluated through two written tests on the first and second module; for the third module they will present a paper to the class.
Students will be evaluated in their capacity of giving a clear account of the subjects; problematizing studied issues; debating with the colleagues and the istructor.
|14/12/2022||12:30||GENOVA||Orale||A questo appello non possono iscriversi gli studenti che hanno l'esame in piano di studio nel corrente accademico.|
|11/05/2023||15:00||GENOVA||Orale||Appello riservato ai soli laureandi|