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Performance and Theatricality: The Subject Demystified JOSETTE FERAL Translated by Terese Lyons Depending on one's choice of experts, theatre today can be divided into two different currents which I shall emphasize here by referring to a remark of Annette Michelson's on the performing arts that strikes me as particularly relevant to my concern: There are, in the contemporary renewal ofperfonnance modes, two basic and diverging impulses which shape and animate its major innovations. The first, grounded in the idealist extensions of a Christian past, is mytbopoeic in its aspiration. Its celebrants are:for theater. Artaud, Grotowski, for film, Mumau and Brakhage, and for the dance, Wigman. The second, consistently secular in its commitment to objectification , proceeds from Cubism and Constructivism; its modes are analytic and its spokesmen are: for theater, Meyerhold and Brecht, for film, Eisenstein and Snow, for dance, Cunningham and Rainer,1 Rather than question this classification and the insufficient consideration it gives to men of the theatre like Craig or Appia, and to theatrical practices as varied as those of A. Benedetto, A. Inherited from surrealist practices in the twenties, as RoseLee Goldberg has shown in her book, Peiformance!

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