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Volume : III, Issue : VI, July - 2013

Psycomanteun Versus Theatre. An Innovative , Integrative And Exclusive Experience. Its Application In Blind.Theater Sense

Pablo Pereda González

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, Published By : Laxmi Book Publication

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Talk about theatre for the blind, would be implied a certain split and would somehow exclude other people who can see. There are some initiatives that allow viewers to go to these shows blindfolded but this continues to be an exercise, well yes, to understand the particular way of facing a blind person to life. But when the show is still considered a lack of vision as a handicap when it comes to face representation. To alleviate provides a great interaction of actors with the viewer in such a way that their physical approach is total.Obviously this does not allow the formal representation in a theater, greatly limiting the number of spectators. My proposal is called "Theater sense" and unlike the previous does not consider the lack of vision as a handicap but as something that we voluntarily excised with the deliberate idea delete 80% of information that is which is achieved through the vision. Once we have deleted that information we seek through the interpretation of the text, the spectator to compose its own scene.

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Pablo Pereda González, (2013). Psycomanteun Versus Theatre. An Innovative , Integrative And Exclusive Experience. Its Application In Blind.Theater Sense. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. III, Issue. VI, DOI : 10.9780/22307850,

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