Dépasser les contraintes physiques du plateau : L'exemple du Petit Prince adapté au théâtre

Abstract : This paper aims to show how deictic and denoting words work in a theatrical adaptation to ensure the representation of a multi-chronotopical fiction, (The Little Prince by A. de Saint-Exupéry), on a delimited and tridimensional stage. The use of language allows to go beyond the material and contextual constraints generated by the stage structure. Verbal expressions produce shifts from one chronotope to the following or create a fourth dimension useful to represent on stage the complex setting of the story. In so doing, language sets the condition of possibility of the adaptation itself.
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Aurora Fragonara. Dépasser les contraintes physiques du plateau : L'exemple du Petit Prince adapté au théâtre. DoSciLa 2013 La langue en contexte, Apr 2013, Paris, France. 27 p. Université Paris 7 - Equipe Clillac-Arp. ⟨hal-00941441⟩

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