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  • Govorna razslojenost u suvremenom slovenskom kazalištu
    Gubenšek, Tomaž
    The treatment of written text in contemporary theatre performance is very liberal. How the written word will be realised on stage depends on the specific concept of the performance. In the past few ... seasons small, but by no means unimportant changes could be observed in the usage of speech in performances. After the period when speech was considered less important than the visual elements of the performance, in the recent seasons speech has been given more attention and used with the intention to achieve the highest possible degree of communication coherence. Lower types of speech than those proposed in the written text were often used, with the aim to attain directness and vivacity in the theatrical speech. The article offers a survey of the present circumstances and describes how the decisions on speech levels were dealt with in various recent Slovene performances: Čakajoč Godota (En attendant Godot/Waiting for Godot), Malomeščanska svatba (Die Kleinbürgerhohzeit/A respectable wedding), Družinske zgodbe (Obiteljske priće/Family stories), Lepotna kraljica Leenana (The beauty queen of Leenane),SS sharpen your senses, Limonada Slovenica (Lemonade Slovenica), Skopuh (L'avere/The miser), and Ena, dve, tri (One, two, three). The selectionof texts and performances is representative of different types of performances in Slovene theatres.
    Vir: Govor = Speech : časopis za fonetiku. - ISSN 0352-7565 (Letn. 19, št. 1, 2003, str. 35-43)
    Vrsta gradiva - članek, sestavni del
    Leto - 2003
    Jezik - hrvaški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 1307995