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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2016.tde-11012016-130449
Document
Author
Full name
Flavio Felício Botton
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Ribeiro, Raquel de Sousa (President)
Atik, Maria Luiza Guarnieri
Faria, Joao Roberto Gomes de
Santos, Elaine Cristina Prado dos
Vechi, Carlos Alberto
Title in Portuguese
Entre Clio e Calíope: literatura e história no teatro de Miguel Franco
Keywords in Portuguese
Miguel Franco
O Motim
Portugal
Teatro (história e crítica)
Teatro (literatura)
Teatro histórico
Abstract in Portuguese
Miguel Franco nasceu em Leiria em 1918, atuou no teatro amador de sua cidade, sendo varias vezes premiado como encenador e como ator. Na década de 60, em plena ditadura salazarista, Franco leva ao Teatro Avenida de Lisboa, por meio da consagrada Companhia Companhia Rey Colaço Robles Monteiro sua mais importante peca de teatro histórico, O motim, que retoma os eventos ocorridos após o levante do povo da cidade do Porto contra a Companhia dos Vinhos do Alto Douro, criada pelo ministro de d. José, o Marques de Pombal. A peca, após poucos dias em cartaz, é brutalmente retirada de cena pelo aparelho de repressão do regime salazarista. Este trabalho tem por objetivo analisar a peça de Franco, como exemplo do subgênero dramático do teatro histórico, procurando compreender como e por que se dão as relações que se estabelecem entre o tempo da ação da peça (século XVIII) e o tempo de sua escrita (segunda metade do século XX).
Title in English
Between Clio and Calíope: literature and history in the drama of Miguel Franco
Keywords in English
Historic theater
Miguel Franco
O Motim
Portugal
Theatre (history and criticism)
Theatre (literature)
Abstract in English
Miguel Franco was born in Leiria in 1918, acted in amateur theater of his city, and several times was awarded as director and as an actor. In the 60s, during the Salazar dictatorship, Franco leads to Teatro Avenida de Lisboa, with the consecrated Company Company Rey Colaco - Robles Monteiro his most important play of historical theater, O Motim, which incorporates the events that occurred after the uprising of the people of Porto against the Companhia dos Vinhos do Alto Douro, created by d. José minister, Marques de Pombal. The play, after only a few days on stage, was brutally removed from the scene by the Salazar regime repression apparatus. This paper aims at examining the Franco play as an example of the dramatic subgenre of historical theater, trying to studying how and why occur the relations established between the time of action of the play (XVIII century) and the time of its writing (second half of the twentieth century).
 
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2016-01-11
 
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