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I have recently been studying the stock characters of Commedia dell’arte. I have been tasked with finding modern implications of the characters which started in 16th century Italy, and here is a list of some characters whom I think resemble those of Commedia dell’arte. Magnifico – The Master of Laketown from “The Hobbit” displays characteristics of Magnifico, he is an aristocratic individual; he is wealthy and above (in class) the citizens of Laketown – his living quarters are even secluded from them.
He was initially ignorant toward the risks of Smaug the dragon attacking Laketown and cared more for the riches hidden inside the dragon’s lair. When the dragon attacks Laketown he is more interested in saving his possessions (mainly gold) than helping his people. Il Capitano – Gilderoy Lockhart from “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” is an Il Capitano character as he continuously brags about his endeavours, but as is revealed toward the end of the story; he is a fraud.
He also has a charm to him which he uses to interest witches. Il Dottore – Alfrid the Councillor from “The Hobbit” is a deceiving, rude, slimy and generally wealthy man who thus conveys traits of Il Dottore Pantalone – Mr Burns from “The Simpsons” is a perfect example of a Pantalone character – he is old, wealthy, has a servant (Smithers) and believes everything has a price 1st Actress and 1st Actor –Belle and the beast from Beauty and the Beast partially convey traits of this character architype, as they are the romantic leads although more seriously built in character compared to the original Commedia dell’arte duo Colombina – Columbia (coincidentally) is a Colombina character.
In “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” she serves as a maid-like character who is in love with her master and then Eddie Arlechinno – Baldrick from “Blackadder” is an Arlechinno due to his consistent lower status coinciding with his cunning plotting Brighella – Edmund Blackadder from the tv series “Blackadder” falls into this character due to his always being second best status along with greed and a considerable amount of cowardice Zanni – Manuel from “Fawlty Towers” is also a good example of a Zanni character; he is abused and of the lowest status Advertisements
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Brock’s rendition of Twelfth Night displayed a lot of the stock Commedia characters that we have been learning about in class. Here are some examples that I have though of: Olivia: Inamorata. Olivia is an example of one of the inamorata because through out most of the play, she is madly in love with who she thinks is Cesario. Maria: Colombina. Maria is like Colombina because for starters she is a servant girl.
Also, she was seductive, showed by the fact that she got Sir Toby Belch to admire her. She was loyal to her master Olivia, and she showed that she enjoyed tricking people by how she developed a plot with Sir Toby against Malvolio. Sir Toby Belch: Il Dottore. The thing that makes Sir Toby Belch most like Il Dottore is his love of wine and drinks. He stays on stage for a while, like Il Dottore, and he is the father figure to the inamorata, Olivia.
Sir Andrew: Il Capitano. The way Sir Andrew walks (big stride, heel toe, when he hears a frightening sound, he bolts), the way he talks (loud basso tone, turning into a squeak when frightened), and the way he acts (brave until a real fight comes along, like his fight with Viola) show that he is the Il Capitano of Twelfth Night. Malvolio: Pulcinella. Malvolio is like Pulcinella because of his outlook on life.
He detests most of the characters in Twelfth Night, and believes that they and everyone else (except his master Olivia) are nuisances. He is crude to Viola when he goes to hand her Olivia’s ring, and he yells and spits when he is put into prison. It also displays a lot of the lazzi we have worked with. Here are some examples: Recognition Lazzo. This lazzo occurs at the end of the play, when Viola is truly reveled and reconnects with Sebastian, thus causing Olivia to realize that she didn’t marry Cesario, and causing Orsino to realize that Cesario is actually Viola and that he is in love with her.
Cowardice Lazzo. This occurs when Viola and Sir Andrew are scheduled to fight. Before the fight, Sir Andrew is brave, but then he tries to get out of it once it sinks in that he is about to get in a fight with someone. Shield Lazzo. Sir Andrew uses another character to prevent himself from getting hurt. Advertisements
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