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Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Art, Forme d'arte

Scenography



From the performances in the Roman Greek theatres to today, passing through the medieval theatre and the Renaissance period; scenography deals with combing the three-dimensionality of the “scene” with the space, in one overall scene. The scenic theatrical stagings and the part of the “stage costumes“, as always, are subject to a single common denominator: to catch the eye.To capture the spectator’s attention.

How?

By creating emotions; giving “frame” to the work of acting. Costumes and stagings see as a protagonist the public, who, are excited by the representation of the actors, catch both the skill of the interpretation and also the beauty as a whole.

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