The pandemic outbreak was an emotional shock, changing life as we knew it. We have not yet succeeded in raising collective consciousness about the ways in which our private lives are determined by social and cultural conditioning forces. The book Who is afraid of emotions? considers these conditionings in daily episodes through the lens of contemporary critical perspectives on affects.
The 8th session of Tu cá tu lá with the history of theater will be dedicated to "Parque Mayer: the consolidation of revue theater in Portugal". Paula Magalhães, researcher at CET, will be our guide in the beginnings of this important cultural space, with Andreia Brito Silva as a guest respondent.
Date: May 18th, 2022
Venue: Room C138 B - FLUL
The call for (1) Research Grant (BI) for PhD Student is now open, within the scope of the R&D project “Arquivar o Teatro” (PTDC/ART-PER/1651/2021), of the Centre for Theatre Studies, from the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon, financed by national funds from FCT/MCTES.
The call for (1) Research Grant (BI) for Master Students is now open, within the scope of the R&D project “Arquivar o Teatro” (PTDC/ART-PER/1651/2021), of the Centre for Theatre Studies, from the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon, financed by national funds from FCT/MCTES.
NA PRÁTICA is a summer school focused in the performing arts field, for both artists and researchers, co-organized by Materiais Diversos and the Centre for Theatre Studies (FLUL). It’s an annual meeting where, deliberately, no distinction is made between theory and practice as a way to re-evaluate and re-inscribe our actions, as individuals as well as professionals, in a world driven towards effectiveness, acceleration and competition. We thus propose to embody one of the great challenges of the present time, to re-learn how to speak to each other, to re-learn how to make.
On the way to choreographic writing
In this edition of the Centre for Theatre Studies’ (Un)safe Practices, we invited Denise Namura and Michael Bugdahn (France) to give a workshop on the topic: On the way to choreographic writing
On March 24, Portugal has celebrated one more day in democracy than those lived in dictatorship, between the military rebellion of May 28 (1926) and the revolution of April 25, (1974). It is a symbolic day, which serves for a special program, committed to memory and that seeks to understand the different ways of telling the history.
As part of the international colloquium Entremezes Ibéricos, the show Entremez da Peregrina will be presented, under the artistic direction of David Cranmer, musical direction by Luís Mandacaru and directed by Ricardo Pereira.
Date: April, 29, 2022
Schedule: 7 pm
Venue: Amphitheatre I, FLUL
Within the scope of the ENTRIB project, an international colloquium will be held on the 28th and 29th of April 2022, at the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon. The digital platform that houses the results achieved in this project will be presented: a) a digital catalog with more than 4,500 Iberian short farces, b) synoptic editions of the plays with multiple versions in different Iberian languages.
From the analysis of the specificity of the transmission of the dramatic text – blur, clean copy (for printing and for representation), actors' roles, marginalia; didascalias, translation – an electronic editorial mode is proposed that highlights the variants of the multiple testimonies that the transmit. This workshop will use the corpus of Iberian entremezes collected within the scope of the project Entrib- Iberian Entremezes: inventory, editing and study (PTDC/LLT-LES/32366/2017).