عنوان مقاله [English]
How the modern theater field of Iran’s Constitutionalism age is formed and organized and the theater poles of this age and appearance of sub-fields, is discussed in this study. The modern theater of Iran was formed a little before the beginning of Constitutionalism from 1901 to 1921 as a field. This process was result of change in the capital system and habitus of its actors that through innovating in the conventional styles and forms of play of this period, desired to use the modern theater as a tool to promote the public culture and political awareness of society. How the group made movement and activity, the status and position of the groups’ agents in terms of social and artistic situation, the type of their capital and habitus and their relationship with the governing political structure and the popular play pole of the age are among the most important questions of this research. In the end, we find that the modern theatre of the Constitutionalism era has a considerable distinction from the popular play of that time and is result of the cultural, social and symbolic capitals evolved from the Constitutionalism movement, a distinction that sets it in a path wholly different from the popular play of this time. This study has utilized Pierre Bourdieu's formative structuralism, in particular, the concepts of distinction, field and capital for its content analysis.