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Troquer ses anciens habits pour ceux d’artiste de scène entre Révolution et Empire. Une reconversion socioprofessionnelle durable ?

Abstract : The economic and social space of theatres experienced radical transformation as early as the mid-18th century, and with the abolition of the crown’s theatre privilege continued to evolve during the French Revolution. New actors, coming either directly to the stage or moving to it from other professional activities, were embracing a theatrical career, bringing about constant change to the profile of this socio-professional group. This article explores the ways in which artists performing in provincial theatres evolved socially, professionally, and geographically from the last third of the 18th century to the beginning of the 19th century. It focuses particularly on changes in career and social class taking place in the western Loire river valley.
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Cyril Triolaire. Troquer ses anciens habits pour ceux d’artiste de scène entre Révolution et Empire. Une reconversion socioprofessionnelle durable ?. Siècles, Centre d'Histoire "Espaces et Cultures", 2018, Reconversions et migrations professionnelles. Le monde des musiciens et des comédiens à l’heure de la Révolution et de l’Empire. ⟨hal-01865530⟩

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