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  • 1. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
  • 2. “Mostevolvedthings are beautiful,
    and themostbeautiful are themosthighlyevolved” K.K.
  • 3. Firststage: History of technology.
    Joel Mokyr, Thelever of riches
    Kevin Kelly, Whattechnologywants
    Tim Wu, Themasterswitch
  • 4. Innovationand inventionneedanadecuate social environmenttorise.
    Traditional social groupstendtopunishcreativity and innovation, makingthem imposible
  • 5. Theatrehadbehaved in twowaysthroughhistory: as a community, sometimescreative, someothers, traditional. (BasedonMokyr)
    As a (disembodied) technologytotellstories, evolving in each era as itwasconvenient: hidingtothepoint of almostdisapearing (MiddleAges) toitsglobalization (21st Century). (Basedon Kelly)
  • 6. As a technology, theatreistheresult of thecombinedwork of hundreds of peopleworkingallovertheworld. A jump in itsevolutionisonlypossiblewhenoptimal social circumstances are set. Inventions, discoveriesorinnovations in thistechnologycouldoccursymoultaneously in some places (BasedonWu).
  • 7. Oldtechnologiesdon’tdisappearwhentheyprovetobeuseful. The media they use toworkthrough, changes, buttheydon’tdisappeareither, theyevolve and old media coexistswith new one.
    Theatremightbe a technologytotellstoriesevolving in media likemovies, t.v.or internet.
  • 8. The status of certaintechnologymaychange, as theaterbecamean elite entertainmentinstead of a popular one. Thereis no competitionbetweentheater and cinema: both are different media of theatricality as technologytotellstories
  • 9. Theend