REGISTRATION AT www.teatrodasfiguras.pt Price: €20.00 Duration: 20 hours in total Age rating: >18 February 10th – 5:30pm – 10:30pm (with coffee break) February 11th and 12th – 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm As in all areas of human activity, particularly artistic ones, the reasons for the uniform nature of the results and the perceived dissatisfaction, whether by the agents or by the recipients, always have to do with the way in which certain thoughtless notions, taken for granted , condition creative work and conduct it conventionally. The objective of this workshop is to test and, if possible, destroy, in argumentative dialogue and using practical moments, a number of preconditioning notions in the work of scenic creation, questioning its premises, the creative distribution between director, author and actor, the theater / non-theatre division, etc. Francisco Luís Parreira is a professor of theater at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema (IPL). His areas of teaching and academic publishing have been aesthetics and contemporary art, dramatic literature, cultural theory, and Asian performing arts. He is active as a playwright, translator and literary critic.
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REGISTRATION AT www.teatrodasfiguras.pt Price: €20.00 Duration: 20 hours in total Age rating: >18 What stimuli and dynamics determine the writing for the scene? What does it mean to say that a text has scenic potential? Is it possible to find a personal voice when writing for theatre? What is this about looking for scenic words? Inhabiting the contemporary scene, can we say that theater also writes itself? These are some of the questions that will be present in this workshop that aims to challenge participants to the imaginative experience of written creation intended for the theater scene. Armando Nascimento Rosa (Évora, 1966), playwright, essayist and singer-songwriter, with about thirty original dramatic works, some of them awarded and/or translated into seven languages, with scenic presentations in several European and American cities. He began his career as a playwright in 1990 at Teatro da Politécnica, in Lisbon, at the invitation of its founder, director Mário Feliciano. With a PhD in Portuguese Studies, a Master’s in Comparative Literary Studies, and a degree in Philosophy from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, he has been a professor at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema of the Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa since 1998, and a member […]