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Title: Bubuiologia: pensando dibubuísmo como estética e metodologia em uma prática teatral
metadata.dc.creator: ANDERSON, Andreh Sampaio
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: ALENCAR, Cesário Augusto Pimentel de
Keywords: Teatro - Filosofia
Teatro - Metodologia
Estética - Teatro
Issue Date: 29-Jun-2018
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: ANDERSON, Andreh Sampaio. Bubuilogia: pensando dibubuísmo como estética e metodologia em uma prática teatral. Orientador: Cesário Augusto Pimentel de Alencar. 2018. 126 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Artes) - Programa de Pós-Graduação em Artes, Instituto de Ciências da Arte, Universidade Federal do Pará, Belém, 2018. Disponível em: Acesso em:.
Abstract: This work has, as its main goal, the analysis of the research process that generated the play “Ó”, based on the drama Oxygen (Кислород), from Ivan Vyrypaev (1974 -) and on the homonymous film. Through the process, the Amazonian concept of dibubuism, crafted by João de Jesus Paes Loureiro, is expanded, modified and used as theatre methodology and aesthetical pillar, permeating dramaturgical decisions, acting routes, soundtrack choices, stage lighting decisions and all the tonus of the play’s directing. Crossed by such dibubuism, rehearsals routines, production challenges, staging strategies and aesthetical options are described and exposed as tools for the understanding, not only of the Russian drama, but also as how the concept of dibubuism could be used beyond the scene, as an academical research methodology. It is ambitioned that its qualities might be understood, respecting all the specificities inherent to the bubuia, considering its virtues as well as its flaws, trying to imagine a situation where the researcher-artist could be better served by a dibubuist approach.
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