Glembotskaya Y. O.
Information about the author:
Yana O. Glembotskaya, Rector of the Novosibirsk State Theater Institute, PhD, theater critic. Novosibirsk. Russia.
E-mail: glembo2212 [at] yandex.ru
Abstract. The article describes theatre education in Russia in its relation to the high context culture crises that has been developing in Russia in the post Soviet period. The author considers poetical language as one of the key factors in the sustainability of the high context culture as such. Consequently the mastering of poetic language is one of the most important skills in actors training. In the article theatre and poetry are juxtaposed as the two systems that concentrate the core of Russian nation identity. Theoretical points are supported by the illustrations from literature.
Keywords: high context culture, context lowering, national identity, theatre education, poetic language.
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