In the Austrian Netherlands, city culture determined social life: the cities’ feeling of independence stimulated the realization of a personal interdependence within them and consolidated a new conception of society and its focal point. The court attempted to unite and appease at the same time. Theater supplied the symbols and the rituals which shaped and contributed to the building of a new identity. This book describes this social
progress from the point of view of the theater and in doing so offers the first extensive study of the influence of the Brussels’ Monnaie Theatre on theatrical life in the Dutch speaking part of the Southern Netherlands.
BRAM VAN OOSTVELDT is Assistant Professor of Theater Studies at the University of Amsterdam.
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