Los inicios del little theatre movement en Francia


  • Cristina Navas Romero



Palabras clave:

Teatro, Francia, Teatro experimental,


A finales del siglo XIX, apareció un movimiento teatral experimental, se originó en los teatros no comerciales y sus miembros eran artistas, mayormente inmigrantes y aficionados, que rechazaban los convencionalismos y los prejuicios teatrales de épocas anteriores


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Cómo citar

Navas Romero, C. (2009). Los inicios del little theatre movement en Francia. Estudios Humanísticos. Filología, (31), 335–345. https://doi.org/10.18002/ehf.v0i31.2867