Hedda Gabler Show

Diana Nechit 1
  • 1 Drama Department at the Faculty of Letters and Arts, Lucian Blaga University, Sibiu

Abstract

Intertextually, eclectically, stridently and parodically, without performing an extremely de-dramatizing process of Ibsen’s textual core, Botond Nagy’s show, Hedda Gabler (Radu Stanca National Theatre of Sibiu), is a nonconformist experience that proves the general tendency of the transcripts of the great masterpieces of universal dramaturgy, exploding the audience perception through a complex arsenal of musical and cinematic influences. Presented for the first time to the Sibiu audience on February 22, 2018, Hedda Gabler, directed by Botond Nagy, is, according to the director, a techno-poetical installation orchestrated by the conventions of an almost psychedelic incursion into human futuristic imagination, raises the reception standards the more so as the strategy applied by the young theatre director evokes a peculiar universe which is apparently incompatible with the fervent core of this drama.

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