The contribution analyzes the attraction and opposition relationship between fashion and stage dress during the sixteenth centuries, in order to identify the perfecting of theatrical costume design as a conscious artistic language. The reflection focuses mainly on the dialectic between verisimilitude and otherness of the costume compared to the epoque fashion taking as examples some famous mis-en-scene in the spectacular genres of intermezzi, ballet, comedy, classical tragedy and commedia dell'arte.

Assimilazione e distacco tra moda e costume teatrale nel teatro del Rinascimento e dell' Età barocca

ISABELLA INNAMORATI
2019

Abstract

The contribution analyzes the attraction and opposition relationship between fashion and stage dress during the sixteenth centuries, in order to identify the perfecting of theatrical costume design as a conscious artistic language. The reflection focuses mainly on the dialectic between verisimilitude and otherness of the costume compared to the epoque fashion taking as examples some famous mis-en-scene in the spectacular genres of intermezzi, ballet, comedy, classical tragedy and commedia dell'arte.
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