Theatre is an image producer that is embedded with cultural practices of looking and critically involved in modes of looking. This case study offers an analysis of Out of a Doll’s House, a post-dramatic feminist performance. It demonstrates the manner in which visual dramaturgy exposes spectators to the process of performing an image as an action, and to the mechanism of constructing a theatrical image as a reflexive event. The analysis explores how visual post-dramatic dramaturgy allows participants to observe and experiment with gender as performance and with the visual as an event.
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- Visual dramaturgy
- post-dramatic theatre
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Visual Arts and Performing Arts