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What Stage for the Classics? - Bringing Reception and Performance into the Contemporary World

What stage for the Classics? 

3rd - 4th October 2013

Centre for Classical Studies, Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon

 

Over the centuries the classical texts have been performed time after time, showing an incredible capacity to adapt to the most different contexts, cultures and media. This workshop intents to be a space for reflection on what is the role of Classical texts in our age. More than a simple theoretical approach, the aim is to promote the dialogue between theory and practice, joining together the leading voices of classical performance research and the voices of those who performed or directed the performance of classical texts. This workshop will join researchers from the APGRD (Oxford University), a pioneer in classical performance reception, and the University of Lisbon, as well as leading names in Portuguese Theatre and Cinema with the aim of bringing that expertise framework into Portuguese performance practice.

 

Program

3rd October

14.30 Inaugural Session
José Pedro SERRA (CEC Universidade de Lisboa)
Fiona MACINTOSH (APGRD Oxford University) 'Dancing Choruses in the Wake of the French Revolution'

16.00 The Modern Stage
Cécile DUDOUYT (APGRD Université of Rennes) Translating Ancient Tragedy for the Stage in the Sixteenth Century: Robert Garnier's Patchwork technique
Luísa RESENDE (CEC Universidade de Lisboa) Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex and Sophoclean Heritage

17.30 The Contemporary Stage I
Sandra VINAGRE (CEC Universidade de Lisboa) Cassandra between two worlds - The use of Cassandra's myth during the third Reich
Silvina PEREIRA (CEC Universidade de Lisboa) Staging Aristophanes, today.

 

4th October

 
10.30 Classics and the Contemporary World
Edith HALL (King's College London) Ancient Greek Drama for Modern Democratic Audiences
 
11.30 The Contemporary Stage II
Justine MCCONNELL (APGRD Oxford University) Patrick Chamoiseau Stages a Battle: Creolité and Orality versus Classicism and Literature
Tatiana FAIA (CEC Universidade de Lisboa) The whole Iliad is a stage? Homer's Homer and Logue's Homer
Brad WILSON (Oxford University) Schrödinger's Cameras

15.00 The Portuguese Stage
Armando Nascimento ROSA (Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema) CHARON BASE THEBES: Antígona Gelada pelo Cendrev, segundo João Mota
Rui MADEIRA (Teatro de Braga) Oresteia, uma tragédia da Europa: notas sobre a prática do processo de criação
Luís Miguel CINTRA (Teatro da Cornucópia) TBA

17.00 Closing session
Cristina PIMENTEL (CEC Universidade de Lisboa)
 

Free entrance

Fee with abstract book and certificate of attendance: 10,00€

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Organising institutions

Centro de Estudos Clássicos da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa

Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema 

Support

Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa Teatro da Cornucópia Companhia de Teatro de Braga