Soc., Est. Cult. e Ges. das Act. Físicas e do Des.
Daniel Tércio Ramos Guimarães
To contribute to the understanding of the different staging techniques necessary to the presentation of a theatrical spectacle.
To familiarize the student with the terminology of the theatrical stage
To encourage readiness for teamwork and for negotiation and creative dialogue.
To plan the light design for a choreographic performance.
To plan and perform basic techniques of sound composition.
To characterize aspects of creation of scenarios, videos and props according to the needs and purposes of the choreography.
To master basic elements of costume design for dance.
To interact with the stage professionals involved in a choreographic project.
|Contents:||1. The concept of spectacle. Conventional and non-conventional theater spaces. New virtual stages. The choreographic performance.
2. The theatrical place. Theatrical buildings. From the Greco-Roman theater to the Italian theater and the new halls.
3. Vocabulary of a show room: foyer, stateroom, counters, audience, front of house, backstage, dressing room, régie
4. Stage vocabulary: web, proscenium, limelight, orchestra pit, bamboo, pernada, trapdoor, iron cloth, curtain, cyclorama
5. Scene professions.
6. Decomposition of the complementary elements of a choreographic project: light, sound, scenography, costumes.
7. Technical Rider and deployment.
|Evaluation:||A - Each student performs on stage a choreographic project of short duration, applying staging techniques (sound, light, set design, costumes)
B - Each student presents a dossier including technical rider and implantation scheme, with a detailed description of the scenic options adopted.
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