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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alena Malykhina
Commercialization of Postdramatic Genres in Modern Moscow Theatres: Strategies of "Meyerkhold Center", 'Electroteatr Stanislavskiy" and "Gogol-Center"
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Formation of a new stage in the theatrics development - Postdramatic theater - can be explained by radical changes in society. On the one hand the development of a scientific theory leads to discoveries in the social sciences and humanities, which causes the changes of approaches to the study of society. On the other hand modern technologies bring mass media to a superfast level of data consumption. Art ceases to be a medium, which means that the theater is no longer relevant information field.

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