A pedagogia teatral do Grupo Cultural Yuyackkaui: poutuações críticas e etuografia

Telles, Narciso
April 2008
Gestos: Revista de Teoría y Práctica del Teatro Hispánico;2008, Vol. 23 Issue 45, p65
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the theater pedagogy, from the analysis of actor for street play formation processes, developed by the group Yuyachkani (Lima/Peru). The essay identifies three basic aspects: the "training"; the exchange for the constitution of actor repertoires and "to learn to learn"—improvisation and autonomy as method of actor creation. In the workshop, dedicated to the work with objects, we participate of exercises directed toward the acquisition of this knowledge technician. The meeting had also been important in the perspective of analysis of the relation teach-learning proposal. We consider the following points: the demonstration technique of the artist-professor as integrant part of the lessons; the system of continued evaluation of the meeting; the concept of multiple actor as base for work.


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