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Thinking out loud : essayistic figures on stage

(2018) ETCETERA. p.46-52
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The influence of the essay as a means of expression has long reached beyond the confines of literature. Just think of the visual essay and the rich history of the essay film. In his groundbreaking study Postdramatisches Theater (1999), theatre scholar Hans-Thies Lehmann devoted a very short chapter to the ‘scenic essay’. Lehmann saw it as one of the possible paths that theatre could pursue as soon as it decentralized or let go of the dramatic plot. Today, a lot of the work that dominates our stages possesses an essayistic slant. Why is that? And how do artists translate this form to the stage?
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Hans-Thies Lehmann, scenic essay, essayist, essay

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Delbecke, Jasper, and Sébastien Hendrickx. “Thinking Out Loud : Essayistic Figures on Stage.” ETCETERA 154 (2018): 46–52. Print.
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Delbecke, J., & Hendrickx, S. (2018). Thinking out loud : essayistic figures on stage. ETCETERA, (154), 46–52.
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Delbecke, Jasper, and Sébastien Hendrickx. 2018. “Thinking Out Loud : Essayistic Figures on Stage.” Etcetera (154): 46–52.
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Delbecke, Jasper, and Sébastien Hendrickx. 2018. “Thinking Out Loud : Essayistic Figures on Stage.” Etcetera (154): 46–52.
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Delbecke J, Hendrickx S. Thinking out loud : essayistic figures on stage. ETCETERA. Deurne; 2018;(154):46–52.
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J. Delbecke and S. Hendrickx, “Thinking out loud : essayistic figures on stage,” ETCETERA, no. 154, pp. 46–52, 2018.
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