An Alternative History of Theatre / Igor Terentyev: From Poetic Experiment to a Theatre of Anti-art
Duration: 2 hours
An Alternative History of Theatre
A cycle of lectures hosted jointly with Theatre magazine. The lectures illuminate an alternative history of theatre, a research project that began in the magazine's thirty-third issue.
Igor Terentyev: From Poetic Experiment to a Theatre of Anti-art
Lecturers: Valery Zolotukhin, Kristina Matvienko
Today's speakers focus on the experiments of Igor Terentyev in the field of stage speech and the sound design of theatrical performance, as well as his use of other media in theatre.
Valery Zolotukhin is a theatre scholar. He holds a Ph.D. in art history, is a senior researcher at the School of Actual Humanitarian Studies, is an associate professor at Russian State Humanitarian University. He has written works on the history of theatre, the history and theory of resonant artistic speech. He is a member of the Theatrum Mundi Lab.
Kristina Matvienko is a theatre scholar and theatre critic. She has a Ph.D. in Art History. She is the curator of the School of Contemporary Spectators and Listeners at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre.