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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2012.tde-28022013-115838
Document
Author
Full name
Tieza Tissi Barbosa
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Vassina, Elena Nikolaevna (President)
Lima, Neide Jallageas de
Silva, Antônio Carlos de Araújo
Title in Portuguese
As partituras de Stanislávski para As três irmãs, de Tchekhov: tradução e análise da composição espacial da encenação
Keywords in Portuguese
Anton Tchekhov
As três irmãs
Konstantin Stanislávski
Literatura russa
Partituras de encenação
Teatro russo
Abstract in Portuguese
Um dos primeiros e principais encenadores do século XX, Konstantin S. Stanislávski é amplamente conhecido por suas obras voltadas ao ator. Suas encenações, que fascinaram o público russo e das principais capitais do mundo e influenciaram o teatro ocidental, não são tão discutidas e estudadas. O presente trabalho traz em tradução direta da língua russa, inédita em português, as Partituras de Encenação de Stanislávski para a montagem do texto As três irmãs, de Anton Tchekhov, também em nova tradução direta. O encontro entre K. Stansilávski e A. Tchekhov foi de extrema importância para a construção da identidade artística do Teatro de Arte de Moscou (TAM), uma das mais importantes companhias de teatro do mundo. Os vestígios desse encontro estão minuciosamente sistematizados nas Partituras de Stanislávski. Apoiado no texto dramático o encenador criou centenas de notas esclarecendo desde entonações da fala das personagens até ruídos externos e detalhes da maquinaria cênica. Com a leitura dessas partituras torna-se possível imaginar a montagem do TAM e compreender que tipo de diálogo o encenador estabelece com o texto dramático de Tchekhov.
Title in English
Stanislavskys scores to Three Sisters by A. Chekhov: translation and analysis of the staging spatial composition
Keywords in English
Anton Chekhov
Konstantin Stanislavsky
Russian literature
Russian theatre
Staging scores
Three Sisters
Abstract in English
One of the twenty centurys first and most important theatre directors, Konstantin S. Stanislavsky is also broadly known for his studies and researches on acting. Despite fascinating audiences in Russia and in the main capitals of the world, influencing most of the western theatre, Stanislavskys stagings have not been entirely analised or discussed. The current study is a unique translation into Portuguese of Stanislavskis staging scores to the play Three sisters by A. Chekhov. In addition, it presents a new translation of the play, also directly from Russian. The meeting between K. Stanislavski and A. Chekhov was essential for the construction of an artistic identity for the Moscow Art Theatre (MAT), one of the worlds leading theatre companies. Traces of this gathering are carefully detailed on Stanislavskys staging scores. Based on Chekhovs text, the director created hundreds of notes clarifying since the intonation of characters voices and external sounds to details of sets. By analising Stanislavskys staging scores it is possible to imagine MATs production as well as comprehend the type of dialogue the director establishes with Chekhovs dramatic text.
 
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2013-02-28
 
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