Smíření, slitování, odpuštění

Variant title
Atonement, compassion, and forgiveness
Author: Mikulová, Iva
Source document: Theatralia. 2010, vol. 13, iss. 2, pp. 116-127
Extent
116-127
  • ISSN
    1803-845X (print)
    2336-4548 (online)
Type: Article
Language
Czech
License: Not specified license
Abstract(s)
The article discusses Martin Františák's way of directing, summarizing the characteristic principles of his directing methods and thus pointing to his specific handling of stage. Based on two productions – that of Maryša in the Municipal Theatre in Brno and Job in Petr Bezruč Theatre, both staged in a short period of time (the first was premiered on 26th April 2008, the latter on 10th October 2008 ) – the article brings about their detailed description and analysis. Furthermore, it not only stresses their mutual themes (the power of destiny, a pointless? revolt against it and, thus, its process and consequences) but also points out the conception of Františák's staging with regards to these topics (both their common features and uniqueness).
Document
References:
[1] ROTH, Joseph. 1991. Job. Praha: Vyšehrad, 1991.

[2] MRŠTÍKOVÉ, Alois a Vilém. 1958. Maryša. Praha: Státní pedagogické nakladatelství, 1958.

[3] DUCHALÍK, Petr. 2005. Joseph Roth a jeho "Job. Román prostého člověka". Diplomová práce, FF MU, 2005.