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Between Shakespeare's quill and the contemporary theater: ways of the new place of classical dramaturgy

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Author(s):
Paula Mathenhauer Guerreiro
Total Authors: 1
Document type: Master's Dissertation
Press: Campinas, SP.
Institution: Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Instituto de Artes
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Examining board members:
Isa Kopelman; Ana Cristina Colla; Ronaldo Marin Marinsky
Advisor: Isa Kopelman
Abstract

This project focuses on the questioning about the relation between dramatic text and the contemporary scene, based on the analysis of three stagings of Shakespeare's plays: Romeu e Julieta, with Grupo Galpão (1992, dir Gabriel Villela), Ensaio.Hamlet (2004, dir Enrique Diaz), with Companhia dos Atores, and Macbeth (2013, dir. John Mowat) , with the Portuguese company Chapitô. The contemplation and analysis of such works are made in the light of Jean -Pierre Sarrazac perspective, for whom the dialogue between text and scene is not extinct, but in constant reinvention. Starting from the literature review, analysis of the three stagings and interviews with the artists involved, the relations between the phenomena observed in each work will draw hypotheses about possible ways of the new place of classical dramaturgy in contemporary theater (AU)

FAPESP's process: 13/26299-2 - Between Shakespeare's quill and the contemporary theater - tensions of the new place of classical dramaturgy
Grantee:Paula Mathenhauer Guerreiro
Support type: Scholarships in Brazil - Master