INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE MUSICAL AND THEATRICAL MIGRATIONS: PERFORMANCE PRACTICE IN 17TH AND 18TH-CENTURY EUROPE

The 10th international conference at the Queluz National Palace will take place between 8 and 10 of July and it is organized by DS-CEMSP in partnership with CMBV, in the context of the Saison France-Portugal – Temporada Portugal-França promoted by the Institut Français and the Portuguese Prime Minister will study how the circulation and the international exchange of composers, librettists, singers, musicians, theatrical architects, costume designers in 17th and 18th -century Europe modified the taste, creating new artistic expressions.

Uma coisa não é outra coisa (2ª edição)

A theater performance and a play are different because they are two things. At the outset there is no distance between the two arts, any more than there is between citizenship and a painting from the Middle Ages. The description of distances is the fruit of a proposal for a relationship that feeds frustrations and immobilizes identities. The proposal of this book, which thinks about theater and literature, but also works of art and audiences, implies recognizing the other in the encounter and identifying the obvious: I am not you.

Exhibition: Parque Mayer 100 years The Splendour of the Revue

The Parque Mayer Fair opened on 15th June 1922, to revive the old fairgrounds of the capital, according to the demands of modern times. Bordering on Avenida da Liberdade, a new space was born, with food, drinks, and entertainment, including theatres. The Maria Vitória was inaugurated that same year, on the 1st of July. In the following years, three more theatres opened: Variedades (1926), Capitólio (1931) and ABC (1956).

O teatro no centro: o trabalho (in)visível do Centro de Estudos de Teatro

O Centro de Estudos de Teatro produziu um vídeo sobre o trabalho que, há mais de 25 anos, é desenvolvido na unidade de investigação da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, para apresentar no âmbito da Mostra de I&D Europeia em Humanidades (Conferência Europeia em Humanidades, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Maio de 2021).

Actualmente são mais de 80 investigadores que contribuem para o imenso trabalho "invisível", que muito tem contribuído para aprofundar o estudo sobre o teatro e as artes performativas em Portugal.

Eighteenth-Century Theatre Capitals: From Lisbon to St. Petersburg

The fifth volume of the series Cadernos de Queluz intends to broaden the conceptual and geographical perspectives on the pan-European history of music theatre. The cultural and ceremonial patterns common to eighteenth-century European courts created complex webs of meaning around the sovereigns who communicated via the arts, which found expression in an architectural, artistic, and musical code.

Theatrology: Science of a Performative Civilization

The premise of this essayistic endeavor is to, over the course of ten chapters spread across three parts, which we can interchangeably designate as scenes and acts, respectively, introduce the everyday reader to the universe of Performing Arts by deconstructing the concept of «Theatrology» (a vocable nowhere to be found in a common language dictionary, whether it be Germanic or Romance, for instance) to the innate performativity (or theatricality, no less, if you will), embedded into human nature.