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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2009.tde-02022010-155111
Document
Author
Full name
Ronaldo Alves de Oliveira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Betti, Maria Silvia (President)
Ilari, Mayumi Denise Senoi
Martins, Luiz Renato
Puglia, Daniel
Santos, Sérgio Ricardo de Carvalho
Title in Portuguese
Teatro Campesino & Black Revolutionary Theatre: ruptura, inovação e transformação
Keywords in Portuguese
Amiri Baraka
Black Revolutionary Theatre
Luis Valdez
Teatro Campesino
Teatro norte-americano
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho examina a forma estética sob os tópicos ruptura, inovação e transformação de 5 peças no contexto de reivindicações sócio-políticas da década de 1960 nos Estados Unidos por parte de dois grupos teatrais extremamente significativos em suas propostas e atuação, a saber: o Teatro Campesino (TC), feito por e para chicanos na Califórnia, e o Black Revolutionary Theatre (BRT - Teatro Negro Revolucionário), feito por e para afro-americanos em Nova York.
Title in English
Teatro Campesino & Black Revolutionary Theatre: rupture, innovation and transformation
Keywords in English
Amiri Baraka
Black Revolutionary Theatre
Luis Valdez
North-american theatre
Teatro Campesino
Abstract in English
This paper reviews the aesthetic form under the topics rupture, innovation and transformations in 5 plays in the context of social political demands in the 1960s in the United States by two extremely significant theatre groups concerning their goals and performance, to wit: Teatro Campesino (TC), made by and for Chicanos in California, and Black Revolutionary Theatre (BRT), made by and for Afro-Americans in New York.
 
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Publishing Date
2011-09-19
 
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