Maria Knebel is one of the most influential scholars in the field of Drama Analysis. Her work with Stanislavsky has been foundational in the history of theatre: she devised the method of Action Analysis to read the play as a score of actions to be executed by the actors. This paper aims at encoding Knebel’s principles in a formal representation using a computational ontology (Drammar) to prove its expressiveness and to test its efficacy in a production point of view. As an example we use Knebel’s analysis of Pogodin’s Kremlin Chimes.

Bringing Authoritative Models to Computational Drama (Encoding Knebel’s Action Analysis)

ALBERT, GIACOMO;PIZZO, Antonio;LOMBARDO, Vincenzo;DAMIANO, Rossana;TERZULLI, CARMI
2016

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Maria Knebel is one of the most influential scholars in the field of Drama Analysis. Her work with Stanislavsky has been foundational in the history of theatre: she devised the method of Action Analysis to read the play as a score of actions to be executed by the actors. This paper aims at encoding Knebel’s principles in a formal representation using a computational ontology (Drammar) to prove its expressiveness and to test its efficacy in a production point of view. As an example we use Knebel’s analysis of Pogodin’s Kremlin Chimes.
9th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, ICIDS 2016
Los Angeles
November 15–18
Interactive Storytelling. 9th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, ICIDS 2016
Springer International Publishing
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978-3-319-48278-1
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-48279-8_25
Theoretical foundations, Computable models inspired by drama studies, Drama visualization, Drama analysis, Drama ontology
Albert, Giacomo; Pizzo, Antonio; Lombardo, Vincenzo; Damiano, Rossana; Terzulli, Carmi
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