From stage to screen: Digital transformations and accessibility in the scenic arts

Estella Oncins*

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The convergence of performing arts and technology is not a new phenomenon. There has always been an important link between technical developments and their use and application within the performing arts. Virtual environments and digital tools have proved to be key players in fostering the culture and creative sectors. The role of technology in the scenic arts can also be expanded to new spaces, thus creating a new and unique performance every time. This continuous development of new media triggers and demands new forms of translation and media accessibility. This chapter explores the use of technology in a theatre live performance to connect the actors on the stage with the remote audience in real time, and the usefulness of the technologies used in theatre. First, an overview of the research studies in audiovisual translation and media accessibility related to theatre will be outlined. Second, the legislation framework in relation to digital access to culture will be provided. Third, access to the platform and access to the content will be explained. Finally, a detailed description and implementation of the Co-Creation Stage tool will be given.
Idioma originalEnglish
Títol de la publicacióNew Paths in Theatre Translation and Surtitling
Lloc de publicacióNew York
EditorTaylor and Francis AS
Nombre de pàgines13
ISBN (electrònic)9781003267874
ISBN (imprès)9781032213309
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 9 d’ag. 2023

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