Ingeborg Von Zadow'un Çocuk Oyunu Üçlemesindeki Korku Unsurunun İncelenmesi ve Bir Oyununda Sahne Uygulaması
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Ingeborg von Zadow, who argues that the world is a place to fear, and the world of children is not a different place, tries to prove this argument in the trilogy of children's play, which brings together the plays “Me and You”, “Pompeenia” and “Visiting Katt and Fredda”. Zadow seeks answers for the following questions: What is the role of the children in life? and What are the implications of the emotions, intellectual experiences, and interrogations that affect the formation of “self” from the first moments of human life in the children world through the art of theatre that exists for and with human beings and is shaped with human beings? In this art study, it is aimed to be able to accurately describe the feeling of fear in children's theatre and to enable children to exist as healthy individuals in the society, to determine their real problems and to contribute to their development, based on the elements of “fear” in Zadow's trilogy. On the other hand, from this point of view that Zadow generally designed his plays in such a way, taking into consideration the relationships of the individuals in play, using simple language, designing narrow spaces with borders and stimulating children's imagination, it was also thought that taking children's theatre further with suggestions of contemporary staging would help to transform the perception of conventional pure didactic children's theatre. The theoretical framework and pedagogical perspective of the study have been also established in the light of interviews conducted with a child pedagogue, especially the author, except for the literature review. In the implementation part of the study, “Just Two of Us” from Ingeborg Von Zadow's trilogy was chosen as a sample play, and after dramaturgy preferences and stage concept were determined, the play was performed on stage. In the exemplary implication, the idea of “love and friendship” is underlined, which the author points to as the basic elements that will shed light on the fears of children's world. It was aimed to bring adults and children together on the same platform considering the transformation of the concepts of child and adult and the inter-bedded relationship between these two concepts as well as to prevent “the walls” built as a result of the fears based on social, environmental, and personal factors from constituting an obstacle for the “free” individuals of tomorrow by going beyond of the didactic structure on which the children's theatre is usually based.