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Antinucci-Mark, G. (1986). Some Thoughts on the Similarities between Psychotherapy and Theatre Scenarios. Brit. J. Psychother., 3(1):14-19.

(1986). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 3(1):14-19

Some Thoughts on the Similarities between Psychotherapy and Theatre Scenarios

Giuseppina Antinucci-Mark

From the theoretical starting point of similarities between theatrical and psychotherapeutic scenarios, I have tried to draw parallels, firstly by exploring some of the implications of the settings and secondly by applying the same analysis to their contents. With regard to the settings I have focused my attention mainly on the devices which constitute the spatial and temporal boundaries. With regard to the contents I have explored a few themes from Pirandello's play Six Characters in Search of an Author.

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