This paper explores and compares the threads of private mythology within the performances created for the stage of the Avignon papal palace by two original theatre creatives, József Nagy and Romeo Castellucci. Both of them primarily define themselves as visual artists, and they prioritise the visual within theatre. The image overrides the expression of the text, their performances do not represent, but create an independent world.
How to cite: Theatron 14, 4. sz. (2020): 45–60.
Cím/Title (HUN): Magánmitológiák Nagy József és Romeo Castellucci előadásaiban
Cím/Title (ENG): Private Mythologies in the Performances of József Nagy and Romeo Castellucci