La experiencia escénica mediatizada : tecnologías interactivas del s. XXI aplicadas al teatrotecnologías interactivas del siglo xxi aplicadas al teatro

Supervised by:
  1. Jaime Munárriz Ortiz Director

Defence university: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Fecha de defensa: 17 May 2022

  1. Julio Vélez Sainz Chair
  2. Javier Ramírez Serrano Secretary
  3. Alba Saura Clares Committee member
  4. Ana Isabel Sánchez Acevedo Committee member
  5. Ana Contreras Elvira Committee member

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 746422 DIALNET


Attendance to live shows has been constantly descending in past decades. It seems as if new generations are not including theatre amongst their leisure activities, and price is not the only factor: their absence in theatre venues is related to the lack of interest in what is shown there,or, in another words, to the kind of live experience they are offered. To sum up, to the absence of liveness.The current research is focused on the concept ‘liveness’ and how we should take it as the basis to enhance the ‘performingness’ of the live performance using interactive devices. We investigate theoretically the concept ‘liveness’, in the present time and through history, and the concepts ‘mediation’ and ‘gamification’ as necessary tools to enhaces liveness in a performance. We also detail thoroughly the only preexisting frame about mediatized live performances via smartphones, Giannachi and Benford’s trajectories...