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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2017.tde-09032017-091918
Document
Author
Full name
Daniela Simone Terehoff Merino
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Vassina, Elena (President)
Dagostini, Nair
Polli, Noé Silva de Oliveira Queiroz Policarpo
Title in Portuguese
Mestre de teatro, mestre da vida: Leopold Sulerjítski e sua busca artística e pedagógica
Keywords in Portuguese
Konstantin Stanislávski
Leopold Sulerjítski
Lev Tolstói
Teatro russo
Tradução
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho aborda a herança artística, literária e pedagógica e a tradução diretamente do russo de cartas, trechos de diários e ensaios de Leopold Antônovich Sulerjítski (1872-1916), um dos maiores mestres teatrais e pedagógicos do início do século XX. Artista, pedagogo, literato e diretor de cena profundamente ligado à vida artística e cultural de sua época, Leopold Sulerjítski participou intensamente das atividades do Primeiro Estúdio do Teatro de Arte de Moscou, tornando-se o responsável pela propagação de elementos de tendência tolstoiana entre os atores que guiava. Além de abordar a influência exercida pelo escritor Lev Tolstói (1828-1910) dentro do Primeiro Estúdio via Leopold Sulerjítski, nosso estudo aprofunda o entendimento do papel fundamental que o diretor exerceu na formação do Sistema de Konstantin Stanislávski (1863-1938), sua incessante busca pela interligação entre estética e ética filosófica, e a conexão existente a partir de então entre pedagogia e criação, essencial até hoje à função do diretor teatral. Partindo do estudo da grande massa crítica e teórica de importantes teatrólogos russos como Pavel Márkov, Konstantin Rudniíski e sobretudo Elena Poliakova, ainda inéditos em português, visa-se introduzir as abordagens teóricas russas do papel desempenhado por Sulerjítski na vida cultural da Rússia do início do século XX.
Title in English
Theatre master, life master: Leopold Sulerzhitsky and his artistic and pedagogical experience
Keywords in English
Konstantin Stanislavski
Leopold Sulerzhitsky
Lev Tolstoy
Russian Theater
Translation
Abstract in English
The present work deals with the artistic, literary and pedagogical heritage and the Russian translation of letters, excerpts from the diaries and essays by Leopold Antônovich Sulerzhitsky (1872-1916), one of the greatest theatrical and pedagogical masters of the early twentieth century. Leopold Sulerzhitsky , an artist, educator, lithographer and director deeply connected to the artistic and cultural life of his time, participated intensively in the activities of the First Studio of the Moscow Art Theater, becoming responsible for the propagation of elements of Tolstoy tendency among the Actors he led. In addition to addressing the influence exerted by the writer Liev Tolstoy (1828-1910) within the First Studio via Leopold Sulerzhitsky , our study deepens the understanding of the fundamental role the director played in the formation of Konstantin Stanislavski's System (1863-1938), his incessant Search for the interconnection between aesthetics and philosophical ethics, and the connection that existed between pedagogy and creation, essential until now to the function of the theatrical director. Based on the study of the great critical and theoretical mass of important Russian theatologists such as Pavel Márkov, Konstantin Rudnitsky and above all Elena Poliakova, still unpublished in Portuguese, the aim is to introduce Russian theoretical approaches to the role played by Sulerzhitsky in the cultural life of Russia from the beginning of the Century.
 
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2017-03-09
 
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