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The theater festival for children, Inclusion on Stage, believes in Culture as a form of education. Theater is an excellent catalyst for imagination, combining an enormous capacity to transmit values and educate, while having fun. In 2020, the festival reaches its 5th edition and takes place from 16th to 26th November, with workshops and storytelling, all 100% online.


Storytelling will be translated and interpreted into Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS) and all activities are free!

  STORIES TELLING: 

 CREATURES OF LITERATURE  

 

Literature Creatures  is a contemporary shadow theater show, by Cia Teatro Lumbra, for all ages, inspired by classic stories from universal literature. Each story is an invitation to imagine, transposing into the fantastic world of reading. The adaptation of the book The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, is centered on the poetic journey of this enigmatic boy through different planets, where he meets characters and life's secrets.

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Script, dramaturgy, set design, lighting, acting, direction and production:  Alexandre Fávero /  Script, acting, direction assistance, scenography and production:  Themis Nicolaidis /  Script, production, direction assistance and stage technique:  Fabiana Bigarella /  Original soundtrack:  Gustavo Finkler /  Costumes for the shades:  Daniel Lion /  Creation and design of scene objects:Alexandre Fávero /  Cenotechnics and realization:  Lumbra Theater Company /  Production:  shadow club

  THE SILVA FAMILY  


Freely inspired by the tale

Lolo Barnabas by Eva Furnari

This is a story of the Silva family, a family of Brazilians and Brazilians who lived many, many years ago, in the time of the caves... Braco, Lucy and little Finfo were a very intelligent and creative family, capable of solving most of the challenges,
  but in the search for comfort and better conditions to live, something went wrong... Can you understand what happened?

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Adaptation and performance: Guilherme Ferrêra

  / Photograph:  Maciel Goelzer

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  WORKSHOP:  

 

Inclusion on Stage is a project that is renewed every year and, in 2020, the proposed workshop is 100% online. As is tradition, all programming is completely free and aimed at students from the municipal primary education network. The idea, this year, is to encourage the creation of performance actions, even in an online environment, due to the conditions of social distance, delivering tools and guiding the development and production of each participant.

 

The course has a team of renowned professionals and teachers of the performing arts who, in addition to transmitting theoretical knowledge – such as aesthetic and language concepts, for example – will also analyze and experience these concepts in practice, together with students. After that, then, the workshop culminates in the third moment, which is totally practical and consists of the production of performance videos by the students, under the individual mentoring of the teachers. In this way, 4 videos will be created, one from each school.

 

Check out the details!

  TEACHERS: 

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Bathista Freire is an illuminator and acts in the puppet theater with A Caixa do Elefante; he has been accompanying the show Tangos & Tragédias for 12 years, as a light operator and is also an illuminator at Rádio Esmeralda. Developed technical project for the theater at Escola Mauá de Santa Cruz, Instituto Ling and Teatro Therezinha Petry Cardona – Fundarte de Montenegro.

Janaina Pelizzon , an award-winning actress on the stages of Rio Grande do Sul, has been working for 24 years.  He sought academic training at the Faculty of Performing Arts at UFRGS, in street theater, children's theater and performance. Researcher of her own art, post-dramatic and  experimental adult theater, works at Cia Stravaganza as a workshop, actress and producer. In Porto Alegre, he acts in cinema, short films  and advertising commercials. He is developing projects in the area of Urban Intervention as a means of communication between the artist and his city, thus seeking a plurality of being an “actor”.

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Rita Spier is a Theater Graduate student at UFRGS, is an actress, doll maker, seamstress, costume designer and set designer. In recent years, he has been developing his work autonomously and, as a result, he ended up working and partnering with several artists from both Rio Grande do Sul and Rio de Janeiro, where he also took part in academic mobility at UNIRIO. Integrates the group of teachers and teachers of Performa Restinga.

Thiago Pirajira is an actor, performer, director, producer and theater teacher. Bachelor of Theater,  Master in Education and Ph.D. candidate in Performing Arts (UFRGS). He is artistic director of the Pretagô group, actor and producer of the Usina do Trabalho do Ator group, and one of the founding artists of the Carnaval collective Bloco da Laje.

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Vika Schabbach is an actress, producer, teacher and playwright. Graduated in Theater Interpretation and Degree in Theater. Master and doctoral student in performing arts.

  CONTENTS:  

> Course aimed at the study, analysis and creation of scenic performances in isolated conditions;

> Provide the group with the opportunity to know and experience the language of performance and, through it, have contact with the different areas that involve the practice and that relate to visual aspects (set, costumes, objects, lighting), scenic (acting, direction, dramaturgy) and management (production) of this artistic activity;

> Put the student in contact with the specifics of theatrical-performatics language;

> Present the constituent elements of performance and the phenomenology of aesthetic experience;

> Study and experiment with possibilities, processes and techniques of performance creation and assembly;

> Discuss the dramaturgy of performance from the dramatic text or experimentations where the focus is on dramaturgical structuring;

> Approach lighting from the possibilities that space, context and basic materials offer;

> Thinking about the basic principles to develop the creation and conception of set design and costumes for video performance;

> Thinking about what the production of a performance video is;

> Approaching performance within the contemporary artistic panorama: possibilities for insertion and sustainability.

  DATASHEET:  

 

General Coordination: FERNANDO ZUGNO
Production Coordination: LAURA LEÃO
Programming Coordination: DUDA CARDOSO
Administrative Coordination: DANIELA RAMIREZ
Decentralization Coordination: ADRIANE AZEVEDO
Production: THAÍS GOMBIESKI
Teachers: BATHISTA FREIRE, JANAÍNA PELIZZON,

RITA SPIER, THIAGO PIRAJIRA and VIKA SCHABBACH
Workshop videos: THIAGO LAZERI
Press Office: GYPSY AGENCY • CÁTIA TEDESCO
Graphic Project: DÍDI JUCÁ
Promotion videos: EROICA content • CAIO AMON
Social Networks: STEPHANIE EVALDT
Translation and Interpretation for LIBRAS:
  GETTLibras • ANGELO COLLIONI,

VANIZE FLORES and VINÍCIUS MARTINS

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