Postdrama culture in Ecuador and Spain: Methodological framework and comparative study

Título traducido de la contribución: La cultura del posdrama en Ecuador y España: Desarrollo metodológico y estudio comparado

Miguel Ángel Orosa-Roldán, Paulo Carlos López-López

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This paper is based on a neo-functionalist constructivist theory, allowing us to understand that dialogue processes and social participation build culture with a dynamic and civic vision, as opposed to organic and more conservative visions. The main objective is to create a panel analysis of plays, from the point of view of drama (sense) and post-drama (nonsense), introducing cross-cutting concepts such as identity, interculturality and participation. The second objective, as a way to validate these panels, is to comparatively analyze the similarities and differences of two types of post-theater expressions in the Spanish language, European and Andean theater, particularly in Ecuador. This descriptive and qualitative research applies the analytical-synthetic method to approach the study of seven plays, with a dramatic and postdramatic model. As a result, the usefulness of the panels developed for this study on the elements of order and chaos is validated, as well as the ability to understand internal and external participation. As a general conclusion, it is observed that current Ecuadorian plays respond to a post-drama culture that uses elements of the single dramatic stage and distinctive indigenous factors.

Título traducido de la contribuciónLa cultura del posdrama en Ecuador y España: Desarrollo metodológico y estudio comparado
Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)39-47
Número de páginas9
EstadoPublicada - 2018

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