2017/1(27)

Contents

Cultural Theory

Filatov A.

Dzнisнkariani T.

Humanities

Streltsova E.

Prascheruk N.

Litavrina M.

Applied Cultural Research

Bundin Yu.

Gavryushin I.

Museology

Chernyavsky V.
Rybak K.

Publications

Toporovsky M.J.

 
Prascheruk N.
Chekhov or not Chekhov? On the interpretations by Yekaterinburg theaters

Abstract. This article gives us an analysis of the performances based on Chekhov`s plays. Two first performances (Kolyada theatre, Center of Contemporary Drama) prove that postmodern-positivist renovation of classic text leads to their travesty and loss of sense. Such interpretations disvalue Chekhov`s style of perceiving and describing human nature. The third performance over against two firs ones reveals Chekhov`s world and the diversity of the semantics.

Key words: Chekhov, theatre, classic text, interpretation, travesty, dialogue, tradition, contradiction, semantics.

Prascheruk Natalia Victorovna,
D. in Philology,
Ural Federal University (Yekaterinburg),
e-mail: pnv1108@gmail.com



 

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