تمثّل الموروث الشّعبي في المسرح الجزائري

نعيمة العقريب

Résumé


Theater is one of the ancient arts that was able to ensure continuity and persistence because it is primarily a synthetic art that benefits from several other arts such as dance, music, singing and so on. Consequently, it is called the father of arts.

The Algerian theatre has known some interesting experiences that succeeded to develop it  significantly and to give it a specificity and a status among the rest of the theatrical experiences, whether at the Maghreb or the Arab levels.  One of the most prominent Algerian theater experiences that had  worked on the folklore in theater, and had  tried to read it in a renewed and effective way, is the experience of the two famous playwrights Ould Abderrahmane Kaki and Abdelkader Alloula who were inspired consciously  by the Algerian folklore in their works because it is a full material and a rich reservoir of creativity, in order to create  an authentic theater by a new reading and  a creative interpretation of this folk heritage  that takes into account the period and the different  social and political variables, and not by considering it as mummified rites.

The present work raises many questions, but the two major ones are: 

-What are the experimentation’s references of Ould Abderrahmane Kaki and AbdelkaderAlloula in the Algerian theater?

-How did they express experimentation and invest the Algerian folklore in their plays, whether in the form or the content?


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