Seduce me. Desire me. Or perhaps not - The dramatic voice of desire

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Since ancient times, sexual desire has been the object of multiple philosophical reflections and has served as a magnetic compelling force for the creation of the most diverse artistic oeuvres. In the theatrical context, its potential has been explored and (re)presented not only through a dramaturgical tradition, but also through its performative materialization. Therefore, this article proposes a brief approach to the subject of sexual desire, its significance and meanings within contemporary British drama, having has an example the voice of the post鈥慽n鈥憏er鈥 face generation of playwrights such as Nick Payne, Anya Reiss Penelope Skinner, among others. The chosen authors disclose a portrait of the 2000鈥檚 society (2000鈥 2015), and their plays were transformed into shows that premiered at the Royal Court Theater in London. This article also aims to understand how sexual desire is communicated within a dialogue and how its characters convey (or not) a naturalistic approach of the playwrights鈥 perspective on their contemporary society. SEXUAL DESIRE / ROYAL COURT THEATRE / UK / CONTEMPORARY THEATRE​



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Since ancient times, sexual desire has been the object of multiple philosophical reflections and has served as a magnetic compelling force for the creation of the most diverse artistic oeuvres. In the theatrical context, its potential has been explored and (re)presented not only through a dramaturgical tradition, but also through its performative materialization. Therefore, this article proposes a brief approach to the subject of sexual desire, its significance and meanings within contemporary British drama, having has an example the voice of the post鈥慽n鈥憏er鈥 face generation of playwrights such as Nick Payne, Anya Reiss Penelope Skinner, among others. The chosen authors disclose a portrait of the 2000鈥檚 society (2000鈥 2015), and their plays were transformed into shows that premiered at the Royal Court Theater in London. This article also aims to understand how sexual desire is communicated within a dialogue and how its characters convey (or not) a naturalistic approach of the playwrights鈥 perspective on their contemporary society. SEXUAL DESIRE / ROYAL COURT THEATRE / UK / CONTEMPORARY THEATRE



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