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Zembok, Ewa ; VEDRAL, Jan (advisor) ; DEÁK, Juraj (referee)
The thesis is written from a practical director´s perspective. It focuses on the problematics of the ensemble cast as one of the most important diegetic units in production. The thesis accents the ensemble cast as a part of directing and realization of the dramaturgical-directing concept. It is divided into two parts. The theoretical part deals with the use of the mimetic and diegetic means in modern theatre and transformation of the classic directing principles within the birth of the post-dramatic theatre. The other chapters reflect the author´s 2011 graduation production and describe the procedures of the realization of her professional productions up to 2016.
Using the qualification of a literary manager in the teaching practice at the secondary school Waldorfské lyceum
Černý, Matouš ; SÍLOVÁ, Zuzana (advisor) ; VEDRAL, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the ways of using the qualifications of a literary manager in the field of pedagogy and didactics, specifically while teaching at a secondary school called Waldorfské lyceum. In the first part the author deals with the characteristics of the two careers – as a literary manager and as a teacher, and defines the set of qualities that are necessary for these professions. Later he compares these two professions and seeks intersections and parallels between them and the parts they take in a theater environment and in a school environment respectively. In the next part he introduces the Waldorf education and its specifics with regards to the performing arts incorporated into the lessons, and analyses the drama poetics of Rudolf Steiner including his approach towards the manner of speech and the art of eurythmy. In the crucial third part of this thesis the author is describing his experiences as a teacher at the secondary school Waldorfské lyceum and looks into individual areas of his activities – projects of literary, performing, artistic and cultural character, particularly in relation to utilizing the qualitifations of a literary manager, obtained during the studies of Dramaturgy for Dramatic Theater on The Theater Academy of Performing Arts.
Loužný, Tomáš ; KUDLÁČKOVÁ, Jana (advisor) ; VEDRAL, Jan (referee)
Tomáš Loužný’s Bachelor Thesis follows foundations of his directing work both inside and outside of the realm of school projects. Meanwhile,two basic approaches to the text are being analyzed. First approach could be called interpretational and the second one authorial. The latter includes adaptations of a theatre plays as well as novels. In the first part the key concepts upon which the thesis is built are introduced. Second part comprises of a closer analysis of three productions: Její pastorkyňe (Her Stepdaughter), school production from rural realism, bachelor production of the theatre play Nevinní jsou nevinní (Innocent Are Innocent) and direction of the adaptation of the novel The Confusions of Young Törless, renamed to Synáčci (Mummy’s Boys). Preparatory phase is emhasized. The author mentions rehearsal process itself as well, with the intention to analyze the influence it had on his future approach to directing. He concludes with the question that implicitly appears in all of the chapters: What is actually the difference between adaptation and dramatization?
Russian "New Drama"
Magdová, Marcela ; VEDRAL, Jan (advisor) ; ULLRICHOVÁ, Daria (referee)
The work focuses on the current Russian-language theatre writing, more precisely on its strongest and best-known fraction known as the “New Drama” movement. It questions the usage of the term itself as well as it outlines the historical development of Russian theatre, of drama of last twenty-five years and related events of the collapse of the Soviet Union and reflects the change of social paradigm. It describes the emergence of the phenomenon of "New Drama". It presents the names, institutions, general tendencies and its typology. In the second part, it puts emphasis on the production of four selected authors of the movement: Olya Mukhina, Ivan Vyrypayeva, Mikhail Durnyenkov and Yaroslava Pulinovich, whose works are analysed in detail. The analysis of the work of the four chosen authors and the context of its creation confirms the initial thesis of the gradual convergence of the original subcultural phenomenon with the mainstream. In conclusion, the thesis attempts to name the circumstances that led to the change of the authors’ strategies and thus generally to the transformation of the mainstream subculture.
The sexual content in current music videos
Adámek, Petr ; Vedral, Jan (advisor) ; Štechová, Markéta (referee)
The idea of the dissertation study is to capture in the historical-literary form Spejbl and Hurvínek Theatre's history, characters of its personalities, marionettes, events, and introduced theatre performances in the years 1939-1990, (from the outset of the prof. Josef Skupa's professional puppetry in Pilsen in the protectoral time, through Skupa's theatrical Prague engagement after 2nd World War, over the era of dramatic acting of Miloš Kirschner, Helena Štáchová, and Martin Klásek in the socialistic period, and during normalization years, up to the capitalistic regime transformation.The graduate set up a goal of creating a media reflection of the Spejbl and Hurvinek Theatre's events, which had been noticed and evaluated by the Czechoslovak and Czech mass period daily press - (by the far-right wing fascist magazines Vlajka (1939-40) and Árijský boj (1940), by the left orientated, socialistic newspapers Rudé právo(1948,52,53,55,57,58,59,67,72,75,79,80,82,83,84,85,86,87,88), Svobodné slovo(1959,66,69,77,80,82,83,84,85,87), Mladá fronta (1957,66,75,77,81,82,84,87), by the Christian- Democratic-Conservative paper Lidová demokracie(1966,71,74,77,78,79,81,82,84,85,86,87,88), the Evening Press - Večerní Praha (1969,82), and by the right-wing, capitalistic paper - Mladá fronta Dnes (1990). In each...
Singing competitions SuperStar and XFactor in czech press-Blesk, Mladá fronta DNES
Charvátová, Terezie ; Vedral, Jan (advisor) ; Sládková, Hana (referee)
In this thesis, the author focus on the description of mass, later called popular culture, and its products, the two selected, originally British, talent singing reality show, "Česko hledá SuperStar" (and "Česko Slovenská SuperStar") and X Factor. Their competitors are the subject for qualitative research of articles in periodical press. The aim of the research is using qualitative content analysis to analyse "Mladá fronta DNES" and "Blesk", and how published texts construct contestants of selected shows. For research was selected period of time when the competition was broadcasted, February - June 2004; February - June 2008 and September - December 2009.
Anděl awards in media: from its foundation to the present day
Sázavský, Filip ; Vedral, Jan (advisor) ; Bednařík, Petr (referee)
Bachelor thesis Anděl awards in media: From its foundation to the present day deals with analysis of medial reflection of Anděl wards from its foundation to the present day in chosen press. For this purpose following media where chosen: newspapers Mladá fronta DNES and PRÁVO, social magazines Respekt and Reflex, Rock and Pop, internet sites Musicsite and Musicserver. This thesis also elaborates history of Anděl awards and its important moments. Main part of this thesis is the analysis of medial reflection in particular press, which is done by combination of hermeneutic and quantitative approach. Throught chosen articles analysis provides insight in changes of Anděl awards. Special chapter inquires into Anděl award impact on particular musician and sales of his albums. Other music awards Apollo and Vinyla are briefly mentioned. Ending of the thesis sumarize findings and outcomes of the analysis. Powered by TCPDF (
Anděl awards in media: from itsfoundation to the pressentday
Sázavský, Filip ; Vedral, Jan (advisor) ; Bednařík, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis Anděl Awards in media: From its foundation to the present day is analyzing a reflection of Anděl Awards in the Czech media. For this purpose, the following media were chosen: two major broadsheets Mladá fronta DNES and PRÁVO, social magazines Respekt and Reflex, music magazine Rock and Pop as well as internet sites and The thesis is using a quantitative content analysis to prove whether the nature of the articles in Czech media is rather positive, negative or neutral. Apart from the analysis, it also observes the evolution of Anděl Awards, the composition of the academy, the method of voting, awarded artists and the ceremony itself. The first part of the thesis is focusing on a description of history of twenty three years of Anděl Awards, along with their milestones and significant moments. Also, there is a presentation of other music awards in Czech Republic as well as the reasoning why Anděl Awards were chosen for a detailed analysis. Next, the most important concepts of media theory are defined as they are later on used in the analysis. At the beginning of the second part, the methodology is set as it will be followed during the review of media articles. The main part of the thesis consists of analyzing all the relevant articles concerning Anděl...
The function of the language semiosis in Prago Union's music lyrics
Andresková, Marie ; Šoltys, Otakar (advisor) ; Vedral, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis The function of the language semiosis in Prago Union's music lyrics" aims to capture and describe the uniqueness of linguistic expressions in the song lyrics of Adam Svatoš, the songwriter of the hip-hop music band Prago Union. It also presents the band as a whole and summarizes its contribution to the Czech music scene. Through a semiotic analysis the thesis examines significant elements of the song lyrics and describes their content, message and characteristic expressions. Primarily, it focuses on characteristic signs and symbols as the main unit and tool of the semiosis, and interpretation of the signs in the context of popular culture, where the hip hop music belongs. Furthermore, it concentrates on the description of used semantic phenomena, the explanation of their occurrence in the author's work and its appearance in the lyrics. The thesis attempts to capture the originality of expression and the contribution of the artist's work. In conclusion, the author's work is compared to the Beat Generation poetry.
The sexual content in current music videos
Adámek, Petr ; Vedral, Jan (advisor) ; Štechová, Markéta (referee)
This thesis deals with the representation of sexual content in music videos as a product of mass communication between musical artist or record company and the audience. The main objective of this work is to analyze and interpret phenomena of sexual behaviour or nudity in a predefined sample music videos. The theoretical part defines marketing function of music video and explains the principles that are the base for displaying the sexual content in current production of movies. Other functions of music video such as socio-cultural principle and charity aim are mentioned. Theoretical part also briefly describes history of music videos. The practical part is based on content analysis of the presence of sexually explicit content in music video and ivestigates its various forms. There are two pre-defined aspects which are subject of observation: i.e. the presence of predefined forms of sexual behaviors divided into seven specific categories as well as the presence of three degrees of nudity. The observed sample is a set of fifty music videos that were posted on YouTube in 2014, while in the same year reached the largest viewership. It is therefore the set of the most popular music videos on the YouTube platform of last year. Powered by TCPDF (

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