Passionee potere nella tragedia del Settecento: Il Crispo di Annibale Marchese. () “Sarah Kane’s Phaedra’s Love: Staging the Implacable,” in Saunders, G ./de Martinez, L.J.V. () “Sarah Kaney El Amor de Fedra,” in De Martino. Popular content related to Sarah Kane & Phaedra’s Love. El amor de Fedra de Sarah Kane – Teatro semimontado. by Comedia Nacional. View Sarah Kane Research Papers on for free. Crítica a El amor de Fedra, escrita por Sarah Kane y dirigira por Francisco Krebs. “Fedra, al fin.

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Throughout the writing there is a feeling of strong necessity kae it. Sep 14, Simona Bartolotta rated it it was amazing Shelves: Despite it being the most disturbing plays ever, they are extremely well written. She was vicious, unsentimental, lashing BDSM poetry onto the backs of her pages and giggling while unsuspecting audiences everywhere ran from the theaters in tears. In it was a very graphic and bloody image. In other words, I wasn’t really prepared for two rapes, one forced removal of eyeballs, and the de-eyed guy eating a dead baby.

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To ask other readers questions about Complete Playsamod sign up. If it were only the violence to shock you then this would be boring. If anything her work shows intense sympathy, each play searching for redemption and the possibility of vision in a bitter, cynical world. I had to ponder on this one a while. View all 7 comments.

Phaedra’s Love – Wikipedia

Metti che lei abbia lasciato un sopracciglio sulla finestra, con un libro accanto. Preview — Complete Plays by Sarah Kane. In some ways, reading the plays as a collection, I an reminded of Beckett, but stronger, harder. Sarah Kane ci riesce, e noi ci facciamo male.


Blasted Phaedra’s Love Cleansed Crave 4. Afterwards, when Theseus sees the corpses, he realizes that it was Strophe who he had just raped and killed and expresses regret before cutting his own throat.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. In the final sequence Theseus has returned home and disguises himself in a crowd. Jan 27, Thor rated it really liked it Shelves: But that’s the power of Kane – she shocks with impurity, violence and unbearable exposure that bend our mind and eventually break us down in our suddenly not so comfortable plush sits.

This play is depression and psychosis come to life. Strophe, unbeknownst to Theseus, has done the same. I also think these two plays are absolutely brilliant. Kane once said that the theatre has no memory.

Taken altogether they are devastating and heart-breaking to the point that one almost is relieved for her that she is no longer with us. In Febbre, l’autrice prova ad aprir si percorsi nuovi, in questo senso. E questi testi sono belli da far paura.

This sense of being stuck could make her plaintively ophidian, as when she describes a gigantic sunflower growing through the floor of an insane asylum. Quanti di noi ci riescono? Non riuscire a vivere, essere bisognosi d’amore ma sapere che neanche quello riesce a salvarti. Apr 30, Robin rated it liked it.

But even if it is so, those plays leave you feeling shocked into new awareness – unnamed, felt under the skin – and they make a compelling case for Kane’s vision – maybe not easy but uncompromising, intoxicating and truly unique. She looked for something in the darkness of the stage to bring back to an audience that is lost and threatened. And in Cleansed, sunflowers and daffodils spring up through the floor and grow tall over the characters heads.


Knowing that Kane committed suicide shortly after writing this, you can’t help but feel this is her suicide note, in a way. Unlike classical drama, most of the violent action happens on stage rather than off. Giovanna Mezzogiorno in una memorabile interpretazione di 4: Everything is delivered in excess, the extremities overwhelm.

I read this book about a year ago. O mito de Fedra revisitado, tendo como protagonista a familia real da Inglaterra. Published May 1st by Methuen first published They are characterised by a poetic intensity, pared-down language, exploration of theatrical form, and, in her earlier work, the use of stylized violent stage action. A voce forse nessuno, o quasi. He is described as ‘fat’ and his room is in disarray. All plays are dark, that’s not what makes them good, it’s just that they’re painfully honest.

She publicly defends Hippolytus and Theseus responds by raping and killing her. And properly be represented.

Sarah Kane – El Amor de Fedra

It’s worthy of the Seneca and Racine versions, that’s for sure. The more I thought about these things, the more disturbed I became, and my heart started pounding long after I had woken up from the terrifying image. Lembrou-me um pouco a mistura do filme Trainspotting e de Salo, de Pasolini, juntou drogas e sadismo. It wasn’t that kind of dream. Credetemi, fa molto male. It has extremely dark humor “Do you hear voices?

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