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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2019.tde-11022019-154743
Document
Author
Full name
Ligia Maria Camargo Silva Cortez
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Almeida, Jorge Mattos Brito de (President)
Andrade, Fabio Rigatto de Souza
Sekkel, Marie Claire
Silva, Anderson Gonçalves da
Vasconcellos, Cláudia Maria de
Title in Portuguese
De Asja Lacis à Casa do Teatro: teoria e práticas do teatro com e para crianças
Keywords in Portuguese
Asja Lacis
Casa do Teatro
Pedagogia e teatro
Teatro com crianças
Teatro político
Walter Benjamin
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta tese reconstitui a trajetória pessoal e artística de Asja Lacis (1891-1979), enfatizando sua importância para a formulação de novas teorias e práticas do teatro com e para crianças. Nesse sentido, contextualiza e analisa o importante texto de Walter Benjamin, Programa de um teatro infantil proletário, elaborado a partir de obras e reflexões da artista leta. A tese pretende ainda demonstrar certa continuidade e desenvolvimento de perspectivas do teatro infantil e apontar um vínculo inesperado entre as experiências soviéticas, alemãs e brasileiras. Como ponto de encontro dessas práticas, que levam a uma atualização necessária da obra de Lacis, serão analisadas as experiências de ensino e teatro infantil do Teatro-escola Célia Helena e da Casa do Teatro, sediados em São Paulo, Brasil.
Title in English
From Asja Lacis to the Casa do Teatro: theory and practices of theater with and for children
Keywords in English
Asja Lacis
Casa do Teatro
Pedagogy and theater
Political theater
Theater with children
Walter Benjamin
Abstract in English
This thesis reconstructs the personal and artistic career of Asja Lacis (18911979), emphasizing her importance for the formulation of new theories and practices of theater with and for children. To this end, it contextualizes and analyzes the important text by Walter Benjamin, Program for a Proletarian Childrens Theater, written in light of the Latvian artists work and reflections. The thesis demonstrates a certain continuity and development of perspectives of childrens theater and points to an unexpected link between the Soviet, German and Brazilian experiences. An analysis of confluences and common threads seen specifically in the work of the Teatro-escola Celia Helena and the Casa do Teatro, both headquartered in São Paulo, indicates a need for the updating of Laciss work in regard to childrens education and theater with children.
 
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2019-02-11
 
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