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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2013.tde-10022014-110825
Document
Author
Full name
Sergio Ricardo Lessa Ortiz
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Viana, Fausto Roberto Poço (President)
Lopes, Elisabeth Silva
Santos, Maria Cecilia Loschiavo dos
Title in Portuguese
Do espaço vazio ao circulo aberto: rumo à cenografia e indumentária sagradas de Peter Brook
Keywords in Portuguese
Cenografia
Espaço Teatral
Peter Brook
Teatro Sagrado
Trajes de Cena
Abstract in Portuguese
Do espaço vazio ao círculo aberto: rumo à cenografia e indumentária sagradas de Peter Brook identifica e expõe o processo de criação do espaço teatral, dos cenários e dos trajes de cena, nos espetáculos Marat-Sade, Sonho de uma Noite de Verão, Mahabharata, Qui est lá e A Tragédia de Hamlet, realizados pelo grande encenador do século XX. Reflete, documenta e identifica os princípios que orientam os projetos de concepção dos elementos visuais das peças, durante a concepção do espetáculo e, a partir da análise destes documentos, aponta para a evolução de seu teatro rumo ao que Brook define como teatro sagrado.
Keywords in English
Holy Theater
Peter Brook
Scene Costumes
Set Design
Theatrical Space
Abstract in English
From the empty space to the open circle: towards Peter Brook's holy set and costumes design identifies and explains the process of creating theatrical space, the sets and the costumes of Marat-Sade, Midsummer Night Dream, Mahabharata, Who is there and The Tragedy of Hamlet, performed by the great director of the twentieth century. Reflects, documents and identifies the principles that guided the design projects of the visual elements of those plays during their conception, and from the analysis of these documents, points to the evolution of his theatre towards what Brook defines as holy theatre.
 
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Publishing Date
2014-02-11
 
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