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Macbeth by Chapitô: a picture of the new place of the classical dramaturgy in contemporary scene

Grant number: 14/23278-7
Support type:Scholarships abroad - Research Internship - Master's degree
Effective date (Start): January 03, 2015
Effective date (End): July 02, 2015
Field of knowledge:Linguistics, Literature and Arts - Arts - Theatre
Principal researcher:Isa Etel Kopelman
Grantee:Paula Mathenhauer Guerreiro
Supervisor abroad: Maria João Brilhante
Home Institution: Instituto de Artes (IA). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Research place: Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal  
Associated to the scholarship:13/26299-2 - Between Shakespeare's quill and the contemporary theater - tensions of the new place of classical dramaturgy, BP.MS


This project proposes to conduct a Bolsa Estágio de Pesquisa no Exterior (BEPE), at the University of Lisboa, in Portugal, in order to research about the creative process developed by the Chapitô Group with Macbeth. This play, along with "Romeu e Julieta" (Galpão Group) and "Ensaio.Hamlet" (Companhia dos Atores), comprises the main subject of the research associated with the following project: "Between the pen of Shakespeare and the contemporary theater - the tensions of the new place of the classical dramaturgy", wich is being developed since August 2013, under the supervision of Profa. Dra. Etel Isa Kopelman, at Unicamp. In Portugal, the research will be supported by Dra. Maria João Brilhante. With the support of Brilhante's knowledge about the Portuguese theater, this research will study the procedures of Chapitô Group in Macbeth, from the text to the scene, focusing on image construction, selection of themes, scenic structures and acting work. The analysis will be constructed considering of the opposite ideas between Hans-Thies Lehmann's perspective - which defends the independence between the drama and the scene, as published in "Theory of Post-Dramatic Theatre" - and Jean-Pierre Sarrazac's vision - which states that the drama/scene relation is not extinct, but in constant reinvention. (AU)

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