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Pravit Rittibul


This article was aimed to Creating Dramatic Arts from Mythologies. The researcher applied the qualitative and creative research’s procedures together with the research tools which were the study of academic documents, interviews, informative media, site survey and the researcher’s experience. After that, the researcher analyzed the obtained information to acquire the method of creating dramatic arts from mythologies.

The result of the research found that this creative method was able to be divided into eight performing elements as 1) the design of the performance that can be separated into 3 parts, 2) the audition for performers that selected from the physical characteristic and performing ability according to the modern dance called Ballet,
3) the choreography that imagined and imitated the movement of jellyfish including the Thai dance movement combining with the modern gestures, 4) the design of performing tools that the researcher created the plastic frame covering with clothes mythically symbolized as the giant jellyfish, 5) the design of sound and performing music that was the combination between Thai music and international music arranging by electronic music instruments, 6) the design of costumes that referred to the character of the jellyfish and the modern technology focusing on the shape of female performers in order to present the beauty myth, 7) the design of performing stage that explained the relationship between the choreography, the dancing deployment, the lighting management, the researcher selected the main Hall of Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi as the place for the performance and 8) the design of lighting that supported the atmosphere of the performance to be more perfect and attracted the audience’s feeling, emotion and imagination as well.

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Pravit Rittibul, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi


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