14th Triennial Colloquium
of the Société Internationale
pour l'étude du Théâtre Médiéval
Poznań, Poland, 22nd - 27th July 2013
Palm Sunday Donkey, wood, begin of the 16th
Cent. coming from church in Szydłowiec,
preserved in Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie (MNK I-181)
Due to some cancellations the programme was slightly modified.
10.00 Opening the Conference
10.30-12.00 Session 1 Political / Polemical Plays
Cora Dietl, A Polemical Theatre Review on Stage: Johannes Cochlaeus'
"Heimlich gsprech Vonn der Tragedia Johannis Hussen (1538)"
Elke Huwiler, Medieval Traditions and Protestant Thoughts: Political Plays in
Heidy Greco-Kaufmann, Theatrical actions during carnival and religious disputes. The Bernese way of
promoting reformations ideas
12.15-13.15 Session 2 Medieval Theatre in the Central and Eastern Europe I
Katalin Czibula, Patterns of the Antiquity and the Renaissance in the 16th Century Hungarian Dramatic Practice
Júlia Demeter, The Csikomlyó passion plays
15.00-16.30 Session 3 Medieval Theatre in the Central and Eastern Europe II
Eva Stehlíková, Two hundred years in the struggle to interpret the medieval Czech sacred farce
Eliška Poláčková, Ungeuntarius or the Ointment Seller: omnipresent character in European
19.00-21.00 Concert: Scandicus (dir. Piotr Flis), Na dworze Alienor and Welcome Party. Place: The Działyński Palace
Tuesday, 23rd July
9.00-10.30 Session 4 Intertextuality and Intergeneric Practices
Jacqueline Jenkins, Performance Remains in TCD MS 432
Piotr Bering, Opus oratorium. Between rhetoric and acting
Andrzej Wolański, Rhetoric in Rachel's Lament from Fleury
11.00-12.30 Session 5 Space and People
Alexandra F. Johnston, Know your audience
Vicki Hamblin, Putting People in their Place in French Hagiographic Mystery Plays
Klaus Ridder, Beatrice von Lüpke, Rebekka Nöcker, La théâtre carnavalesque: une menace
de l'ordre urbain au Moyen Âge tardif et pendant la Réforme
14.00-15.00 Session 6 Farce et éloguence vulgaire. Dialogue judiciaire
Maria José Palla, La farce d'Anrique da Mota (Cancioneiro Geral, 1516)
Tiziano Pacchiarotti, La dispute verbale comme source.
Notes pour une topologie culturelle du théâtre médiéval
15.30-16.30 Session 7 Prologues and Epilogues. Preaching and Theatre
Nicole Lorenz, The Shift of Function and The Application of Prayers in Reformation Theatre in Saxony
Lenke Kovács, Forms and Functions of the Prologues in the Majorcan Llabrés Manuscript
(Ms. 1139 Biblioteca de Catalunya)
1. Johannes Cochlaeus, Heimlich gsprech Vonn der Tragedia Johannis Hussen
Justus Liebig Univeristät Gießen, Institut für Germanistik (dir. Cora Dietl)
2. Carousing clergymen, angry pesants and a mocking city jester. A collage of bernense carnival plays
The Archive Histrionics,
Univeristät Bern (dir. Simone Gfeller and Heidy Greco-Kaufmann).
Place: Ośrodek Teatralny Maski
Wednesday 24th July
Day outside Poznań !!!
8.30-14.00 A Trip to Kórnik and Gniezno.
14.00-15.00 Session 8 Medieval Theatre in the Central and Eastern Europe III
Jolanta Rzegocka, Old Saints in the Eyes of a New Saint: Edmund Campion's Plays in Central Europe
Max Harris, A Short History of the Palmesel in Germany, Italy, and Bolivia
15.30-16.30 Session 9 Theory and Practice at the
dawn of the 21st Century
Garrett PJ Epp, Stages of pedagogy: teaching early English theatre through performance
Kateřina Vršecká, Rubrics of medieval drama and modern theories of stage directions
17.00-17.45 Video: Rebekka Rehbach, A project started in Munich (Germany) to perform the „Ludus de Antichristo“ from Tegernsee
18.15-19.45 Play: Everyman, The University of Hull, Department of Drama and Music (dir. Philip H. Crispin)
Place: Collegium Europaeum Gnesnense, amphitheatre
Thursday 25th July
9.00-10.30 Session 10 Diffusion et transmission: traduction,
adaptation, réinterprétation, impression et
Klementyna Aura Glińska, Gustave Cohen et la construction du genre de comedie latine medievale
Robert Clark, Isabelle Ragnard, Fêtes et réjouissances sous l'œil de Vichy:
Le "Miracle du pain doré" aux Hospices de Beaune (21-22 juillet 1943)
Peter Cocozzella, The Isidorian Paradigm: A Key to the Drama Latent in Spanish Love-Centered
Literature of the Fifteenth Century
11.00-12.30 Session 11
Representing Violence, Horror, Sex and Scatology (In
Memory of Robert Potter)
Sharon D. King, Caught in the (One-)Act: Staging Sex in Late Medieval French Farce
Martin Walsh, Taking (and Giving) Blows: Patterns of Stage Violence in Andrieu de la Vigne's "Le Mystere de Saint
Martin Bažil, La fonction des éléments scatologiques et sexuels dans le "Mastičkář"
vieux-tchèque (Marchand d'onguents, XIVesiècle)
14.00-15.15 Session 12 Festive Drama
Ernst Gerhardt, Feeding the Audience: Food at Sixteenth-Century English Parish and Civic Plays
Gordon Kipling, Richard Carew. The Ordinary, The Ordinalia, and the Ordinary Actor on the
Medieval Cornish Stage
15.15-15.45 Session 13 Costume Designe, Decoration, Directing
Piotr Morawski, "Leder bag for ye blode": establishing of the sacred on medieval stage
16.30-17.30 Video and workshop: Mario Longtin, Jenin Fils de Rien
1. Saint Martin and the Peasant, Les Enfans Sans Abri (Sharon King and Curt Steindler)
2. Terence, Eunuch, Studencki Teatr Klasyków "Sfinga" (dir. Ł. Berger)
Place: Ośrodek Teatralny Maski
Friday, 26th July
9.00-11.00 Business session
13.00-14.30 Session 14 Music, Noises, Special Effects in Context
Pamela M. King, Poetics and beyond: noisy bodies and aural variations in medieval English outdoor performance
Mariana Lopez, Sandra Pauletto, The "York Mystery Plays": Acoustics and Staging in "Stonegate"
Émilie Pilon-David. "Or paict!": dire le silence dans la farce médiévale
15.00-16.30 Session 15 Rhetoric of Delivery: Acting, Voice and Gesture
Andrzej Dąbrówka, Mors et Vita - Another Easter Trope Drama
Charlotte Steenbrugge, Expositors in the N-Town Cycle
Mary Maxine Browne, The Performance of the Moral Choice: Sense and Sensing in the Late Medieval
Play: Beata Kunegunda księżna krakowska - świeckość w świętości
Kropka Teatr (Jolanta Juszkiewicz)
Place: Sala Prób Teatralnych, Collegium Maius
19.30-21.00 Play: Everyman, The University of Hull, Department of Drama and Music (dir. Philip H. Crispin)
Place: Rezerwat Archeologiczny, "Genius Loci", ul. Ks. I. Posadzego 3
Saturday 27th July.
9.30-11.00 Roundtable Discussion about performing medieval plays. Chairman Mario Longtin
official conference closure
The final banquet.
(begins approx. 12.00-13.00)
Call for papers
According to your suggestions the deadline for papers submitting is now
prolonged to 5th June.
Your paper in a whole length, will be published on-line 2 months before the
Colloquium, to give all participants enough time for
reading and preparing themselves for a discussion.
Presentation of papers during the conference is limited to
main points, taking no more than 10 minutes.
were accepted and for whole versions of your contribution.
All papers should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration will start in March.
The conference fee is 500 PLN (121 EUR, 158 USD, 105 GBP, CHF 149, CAD 163)
It covers a trip, welcome party, cofee/tea and (partially) lodging costs of performers groups. To avoid extra bank fees, please,
if possible to pay in PLN (Polish Zloty), which is a convertible currency.
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In chronological order we will see:
Group from Institut für Germanistik, Gießen, Germany
The Archive Histrionics, Bern, Switzerland
Students from The University of Hull,
Department of Drama and Music, United Kingdom
Les enfans sans abri, UCLA, Los Angeles, US
Studencki Teatr Klasyków "Sfinga",
Kropka Teatr, Warszawa, Poland
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