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Now, while Dr. Venuti proposes foreignization as an alternative strategy that would highlight difference. Even if Canada has a higher volume of contemporary French plays, our reliance on old translations of classic texts is troubling. We also fall victim to a Beckettian cycle of classics, often calling on established translations that domesticate its source text.
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The cross-cultural work of Translating Theatre presents a challenge that Toronto theatre-makers are well-equipped to take up. Theatre of Europe, a London-based company directed by Henriette Morrison, brings a wide range of contemporary theatre work from the continent to Britain. And the method by which they bring over the new work is unique. While many companies would commission a production tour to a host company, Morrison invites only the creator or director and their dramaturg.
The action of the piece is propelled by three trained actors who play the minor roles, while the rest is fleshed out by the real relationship of the two hosts. In Denmark, the audience tends to stay very long after the show and talk to the hosts, enjoy the party. Both sources have authority, so both are compelled to accommodate each other. Devised theatre that is deliberately cross-cultural in its scope is shamefully rare.
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In Toronto, we might benefit from this model. Instead, we are obliged to exchange on an equal plain, and together move to an unpredictable harmony.
I recently dramaturged a translated Scandinavian play on climate change for London-based theatre company Empty Deck. It exposes its viewer to an entirely other way of being, and within all of its chaos and discomfort, cross-cultural theatre has the capacity to create new identities and unify others. T homas W. M ark E. C aprio is a professor at Rikkyo University.
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E lyssa F aison is an associate professor of Japanese history at the University of Oklahoma. W illiam J. F arge , S. D aniel H. F oote is a professor of law at the University of Tokyo and the University of Washington.
His research is on Japanese criminal justice reform in historical perspective. T om G ill is a professor of social anthropology at Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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