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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.27.2019.tde-26122019-105510
Document
Author
Full name
Artur Mattar Moraes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Martins, José Batista Dal Farra (President)
Mate, Alexandre Luiz
Toledo, Paulo Vinicius Bio
Title in Portuguese
Uma peça no processo de luta: teatro operário anarquista em São Paulo na Primeira República e resenha crítica da peça A Bandeira Proletária
Keywords in Portuguese
Anarquismo
Imigração italiana
Primeira República (1889-1930)
São Paulo
Teatro
Teatro de grupo
Teatro operário
Tempo livre
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho debate a organização do tempo livre de parte da classe trabalhadora imigrante na Primeira República (1889-1930), com foco na produção teatral dos operários e operárias anarquistas, buscando observar sua forma de produção; suas criações dramatúrgicas, sua relação com o público e seu contexto histórico, político e econômico. Como exemplo, analisou-se a peça A Bandeira Proletária, escrita por Marino Spagnolo, que, entre outras coisas, debate a necessidade de instrução e disciplina dos trabalhadores frente ao seu processo de luta. A análise desta dramaturgia apontou contradições entre estrutura e conteúdo e considerou os temas debatidos pelo autor com relação ao pensamento dos teóricos de linha libertária. Nas considerações finais, estabeleceu-se uma relação entre a experiência do teatro anarquista do final do séc. XIX e começo do séc. XX e o teatro militante produzidona atualidade.
Title in English
A play in a struggle process: anarchist workers' theater in São Paulo in the First Republic period and a critical review of the play The Proletarian Flag
Keywords in English
Anarchism
First Republic period (1889-1930)
Free Time
Italian immigration
São Paulo
Theater
Troop theater
Worker theater
Abstract in English
This dissertation aims to debate about how part of the immigrant working class and its free time organization organized its free time in the period of the Brazilian First Republic (1889 - 1930) period focusing in the theater production of the anarchists and both men and women workers exploring their ways of presentation production, dramaturgical creations and its associations amongst with the public and their historical, political and economic context, political and economic milieu. As an exemple of it an analysis of the play The Proletarian Flag written by Marino Spagnolo was analised, wrote. Amongst other subjects it debates the need of tuition and discipline for the workers in their the process of their struggle struggle process. This dramaturgy analysis unveils contradictions between form structure and content recognising the themes investigated by the author in relation to the thought of libertarian theorists. At the end a connection between the experiences of the anarchist theater of the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twenty twentieth century was established in comparison to the militant theater produced nowadays.
 
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2019-12-26
 
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