Dans le théâtre, le canevas est un synopsis général schématisant les lignes principales du scénario. Habituellement mémorisé, souvent consigné par écrit (mais pas toujours), le canevas précise nettement chacune des phases narratives du déroulement du spectacle sans entrer dans le détail méticuleux du jeu, des déplacements des acteurs ou du contenu textuel des répliques.

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  • Dans le théâtre, le canevas est un synopsis général schématisant les lignes principales du scénario. Habituellement mémorisé, souvent consigné par écrit (mais pas toujours), le canevas précise nettement chacune des phases narratives du déroulement du spectacle sans entrer dans le détail méticuleux du jeu, des déplacements des acteurs ou du contenu textuel des répliques. Tout en suivant les étapes du canevas, les acteurs sont donc chargés d'en meubler l'action par leur jeu effectif, par leur texte semi-improvisé et par les lazzis. Le jeu varie donc à chaque représentation tandis que le canevas demeure stable. Portail du théâtre Portail du théâtre
  • A canovaccio is a vague plot outline used by commedia dell'arte players. It consisted only of a list of acts and scenes; the details were left to the improvisation of the actors. Actors in the commedia dell'Arte thus had to be endowed with an inventive mind since the success of the play depended largely on their creativity and above all on their lazzi (jokes and gags). The spotlight fell on the actors rather than on the play itself. The use of improvisation on top of canovaccio enabled the avoidance of censorship because censors cannot censor that which is not written. Since the dialogue was almost entirely improvised on stage, actors and theatre companies could get away with almost anything.In the late 19th century scholars began searching for documentary sources on the history of the theatre in Italy. Over a thousand documents in manuscript or print were discovered that consisted of 'scenarios' or 'plots', in numerous collections or individually, and usually anonymous.
  • Canovaccio é uma estrutura teatral muito simples, que vem desde o século XV aproximadamente. Era um caderno onde aparecia no princípio o nome das personagens, ficando-se a conhecer praticamente o conteúdo. Estas estruturas tinham particularidade de descrever as situações e indicar as personagens intervenientes nelas. Os diálogos eram esboçados e cabia aos actores através da improvisação completar e desenvolver os mesmos. No início da sua aparição, o "Canevas" era recriado por "Trupes", companhias ambulantes, que andavam de terra em terra em carroças e o povo era o seu público alvo. Tinham grande capacidade naquilo que faziam. O "Canevas" constitui a base dramática da commedia dell'arte.
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  • Dans le théâtre, le canevas est un synopsis général schématisant les lignes principales du scénario. Habituellement mémorisé, souvent consigné par écrit (mais pas toujours), le canevas précise nettement chacune des phases narratives du déroulement du spectacle sans entrer dans le détail méticuleux du jeu, des déplacements des acteurs ou du contenu textuel des répliques.
  • A canovaccio is a vague plot outline used by commedia dell'arte players. It consisted only of a list of acts and scenes; the details were left to the improvisation of the actors. Actors in the commedia dell'Arte thus had to be endowed with an inventive mind since the success of the play depended largely on their creativity and above all on their lazzi (jokes and gags). The spotlight fell on the actors rather than on the play itself.
  • Canovaccio é uma estrutura teatral muito simples, que vem desde o século XV aproximadamente. Era um caderno onde aparecia no princípio o nome das personagens, ficando-se a conhecer praticamente o conteúdo. Estas estruturas tinham particularidade de descrever as situações e indicar as personagens intervenientes nelas. Os diálogos eram esboçados e cabia aos actores através da improvisação completar e desenvolver os mesmos.
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