Talentueux séducteur, Dom Juan accumule les conquêtes amoureuses. Après avoir arraché performed Elvire au couvent, il abuse de Charlotte los angeles veille de ses noces, trahit Mazarine, et incarne pour ce faire le parfait rôle d’hypocrite. Il multiplie les outrages, viole les lois morales, offense le ciel, jusqu’à los angeles provocation ultime faite à l. a. statue du défunt Commandeur…
Vif succès du vivant de Molière, cette pièce qui met en scène le libertinage et l’impiété lui valut de nombreuses critiques.
Couverture : Gravure de Janet-Lange pour l’édition populaire Barba (XIXe siècle), tirée de l’acte II, scène five : Dom Juan courtise en même temps deux paysannes (Charlotte et Mathurine) à qui il promet le mariage.
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Re-working the Scene THE USES OF PROCESSING The benefits of drama-based work derive not just from participating, but also from making the links with 'real life' outside of the group. We call this processing. 1 When used with Games and Exercises, processing helps clarify and integrate learning. Processing helps participants to 'see the point' of an exercise, which means they are more likely to join in. Through processing, we can help participants to describe their thoughts, feelings and behaviour during an exercise, and relate these to real-life situations (see example below).
It contains: • Four Guidelines for Structuring Sessions • Note of Caution Regarding Personal Work • Planning, Co-leading and De-briefing FOUR GUIDELINES FOR STRUCTURING SESSIONS We offer the following four guidelines to help you ensure that your sessions are properly structured and that the participants feel able to work at a productive and psychologically safe level. The guidelines are intended to be taken as a whole and used in balance with each other, so we recommend you become familiar with all four guidelines rather than focusing on one to the exclusion of others.
Generally speaking, working at one step removed is safer than the personal level of work because the distance allows participants to acknowledge their connections to the material at a pace they can regulate themselves. It is important to bear in mind that there is a continuum of closeness versus distance in one step removed scenes. Some one step removed scenes will closely reflect the life experiences of the participants, and others will be more distant. Because of this, one step removed does not necessarily mean that the work is somehow 'lighter' or less serious.