Anthropophagic-Perspectivistic Poetics for a Re-Vision of the Brazilian Theater: the scene of origin

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Brazilian Theater, Poetics, Anthropophagy, Perspectivism, Shamanism

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ABSTRACT – Anthropophagic-Perspectivistic Poetics for a Re-Vision of the Brazilian Theater: the scene of origin – This text presents a plan of construction of a Poetics, whose purpose is to effect a Re-Vision, in five key moments, of the Brazilian Theater. To do this, we seek to establish a scene of origin, outlined after the meeting – impregnated with attraction and repulsion – that takes place in Brazil, from the sixteenth century, between Amerindian and European civilizations. Two metaphysics and forms of expression thus form the intensive and pantheatrical basis of a Poetics that projects a notion of Brazilian theater in a constant state of struggles of perspectives, symbolized, in its origins, by two anthropophagic mouths interdevouring: the mercantilist Christian Eucharist and the Amerindian cosmopolitical.

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André Gardel, UNIRIO (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro)

Professor Adjunto IV do Departamento de Teoria do Teatro da Escola de Teatro do Centro de Letras e Artes da UNIRIO; Escritor com 11 livros publicados; Compositor de música popular com 3 CDs lançados.

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2019-04-15

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Gardel, A. (2019). Anthropophagic-Perspectivistic Poetics for a Re-Vision of the Brazilian Theater: the scene of origin. Revista Brasileira De Estudos Da Presença, 9(2), 1–27. Recuperado de https://seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/presenca/article/view/87748

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