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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.27.2017.tde-30052017-152842
Document
Author
Full name
Dalmir Rogerio Pereira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Viana, Fausto Roberto Poço (President)
Cintra, Wagner Francisco Araujo
Italiano, Isabel Cristina
Moura, Carolina Bassi de
Salles, Nara Graça
Title in Portuguese
As dimensões do traje de cena no Giramundo e no Royal de Luxe
Keywords in Portuguese
Giramundo
Royal de Luxe
Teatro de Animação
Teatro de Bonecos
Traje de Cena
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa é um estudo sobre o traje de cena na relação boneco/objeto e ator/manipulador, a partir das dimensões materiais, visuais e simbólicas que o constituem. O estudo abarca dois estudos de caso: a companhia mineira de teatro de bonecos Giramundo e a companhia francesa de teatro de rua Royal de Luxe. A análise do traje de cena em cada companhia foi organizada a partir de temas pré-estabelecidos, e exemplos de seus espetáculos foram evocados na medida em que ilustravam estes temas. Esta escolha não seguiu ordem cronológica e permitiu que os elementos de materialidade e visualidade do traje de cena nas duas companhias fossem analisados. Para suporte teórico, buscou-se a teoria teatral que analisa as distintas propostas de utilização do boneco em cena, contemplando a produção contemporânea. Relacionou-se também o tema da pesquisa com estudos de moda e artes visuais, que permitem analisar o traje e suas propriedades inerentes deslocadas para a cena. A hipótese é que o traje de cena no teatro de animação2 adquire significados específicos, quando se expande sua investigação e entendimento para além do traje do boneco, alcançando a relação boneco/objeto e ator/manipulador. A pesquisa gerou indicativos teóricos que poderão ser utilizados em trabalhos futuros, como ponto de partida na análise de outros casos onde o traje de cena tenha como premissa as especificidades estabelecidas a partir da relação entre a figura humana/ator-manipulador e o objeto articulado inanimado/boneco. Não se espera, naturalmente, que os resultados obtidos nesta pesquisa sejam aplicáveis a todos os casos de apropriação do objeto/boneco como eixo central da cena em diferentes espetáculos, em que sua composição e relação com o ator-manipulador consiste em inúmeras possibilidades.
Title in English
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Keywords in English
Giramundo e Royal de Luxe
Puppet Theater
Scene Costume
Theater of Animation
Abstract in English
This research is a study about the scene costume of in relation puppet / object and actor / manipulator, from the material, visual and symbolic dimensions that constitute it. The study covers two case studies: the Brazilian puppet theater company Giramundo and the French street theater company Royal de Luxe. The analysis of the scene costume in each company was organized from pre-established themes, and examples of their theater shows were evoked as they illustrated these themes. This choice did not follow chronological order and allowed the elements of materiality and visuality of the scene costume in the two companies to be analyzed. For theoretical support, we sought the theatrical theory that analyzes the different proposals of use of the puppet in scene, contemplating the contemporary production. The subject of the research was also related with studies of fashion and visual arts that allow to analyze the costume and its inherent properties displaced for the scene. The hypothesis is that the scene costume in the theater of animation3 acquires specific meanings when it expands its investigation and understanding beyond the costume of the puppet, reaching the relation puppet / object and actor / manipulator. The research generated theoretical indicatives that could be used in future work, as a starting point in the analysis of other cases where the costume of the scene is premised on the specificities established from relationship between the human figure/actor-manipulator and the inanimate articulated object /puppet. It is not expected, of course, that the results from this research could be useful to all possible cases of appropriation of the object / puppet as the central axis of the scene in different spectacles as we are aware its composition and its relation with the actor-manipulator involves uncountable possibilities.
 
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2017-06-01
 
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