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Robert Wilson (encenador)Robert Wilson(Waco,Texas,4 de outubrode1941), tambm conhecido porBob Wilson, umencenador,coregrafo,escultor,pintoredramaturgonorte-americano. Suas peas so conhecidas mundialmente como experincias inovadoras e devanguarda, trabalhou tambm como coregrafo, iluminador e sonoplasta. conhecido por seus vrios trabalhos em colaborao comPhilip Glasscomo "Einstein on the Beach". Realizou montagens dos trabalhos dos poetas e msicosAllen Ginsberg,Tom Waits,William S. Burroughs,Allen Ginsberg,Lou Reed,Tom WaitseDavid Byrne, assim como com o dramaturgo alemoHeiner Mller, . Apresentou-se emSo Paulo, noTeatro Municipal(1974), com a peaThe Life and Times of Joseph Stalin, que recebeu o ttulo deThe Life and Times of Dave Clark, a fins de evitar problemas com a censura militar da poca (Film Reference).SITE OFICIAL:

JAN FABREJan Fabre (Antwerp, 1958) is a graduate of the Municipal Institute of Decorative Arts and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. He is well known both at home and abroad as one of the most innovative and versatile artists of his day. Over the past 30 years, he has produced works as a visual artist, theatre maker and author. Jan Fabre is renowned for expanding the horizons of every genre to which he applies his artistic vision.AngelosJan Fabre's work in the visual arts is coordinated byAngelos. It covers all the projects, from museum and gallery exhibitions, public and private commissions, to the publishing of catalogues and special editions.

TroubleynTroubleyn/Jan Fabreis a theatre company with extensive international operations. The artist Jan Fabre has been its artistic head since it was established in 1986.


Einar SchleefEinar Schleef(17 January 1944 inSangerhausen 21 July 2001 inBerlin) was a German dramatist, director, set designer, writer, painter, photographer, and actor.Nobel Prizewinning Austrian writerElfriede Jelinekwrote in his obituary,As a poet and creator of theatre, Schleef was the most outstanding phenomenon that I have encountered. The postwar period in Germany has produced only two geniuses -Fabinderin the West and Schleef in the East.[1]ContentsLife[edit]Schleef was born and raised inSangerhausen, a small town in the South East of Germany. An industrial landscape shaped by mining and surrounded by the mythical landscapes ofHarzandKyffhuser. His father Wilhelm Schleef was an architect, his mother Gertrud Schleef worked as a seamstress. He had one sibling, Hans Schleef.Career[edit]Einar Schleef started to train as a painter while he was still in school. He attended a socialist painting circle lead byWilhelm Schmiedfrom 1958 onwards. In 1964 he started a degree in fine arts at the arts academy in Berlin Weiensee. After being expelled in 1965 Schleef switched to set design two years later and finished with a bachelor degree in 1973.From 1972-1975 he worked mainly for theBerliner Ensemblewith its artistic directorRuth Berghaus. He co-directed three productions withB.K. Traglehn("Katzgraben" in 1972, "Frhlings Erwachen" in 1974, "Frulein Julie" in 1975). Even though artistically successful Schleef was put under more and more political pressure. In 1976 he leftEast Germanyand viaViennafinally settled down inWest Germany. From now on Schleef produced more and more text. Already from 1953 onwards he wrote journals and he continued this practice till his death. In the 1980s he wrote the critically acclaimed novel "Gertrud" portraying the life of his mother. He also wrote plays, radio plays and more fiction. From 1978 to 1982 he studied film making at theDFFBin West Berlin.Schleef returned to theatre in 1985 when he became a steady director atSchauspiel Frankfurt. In the following 5 years he developed his theatre vision. He re-introduced thechoiras adramtis personaeand celebrated the tragic potential of the classic, ancient text. This theatre work was controversially received, audiences as well as critics varied between harsh criticism and very positive feedback.[2]Through the 1990s he continued to produce a number of successful and influential productions such as Wessis in Weimar byRolf Hochhuthin 1993 at theBerliner Ensemble. Puntila byBertolt Brechtin 1995 at theBerliner Ensemble. He directed as well as acted in Puntila. Another production that needs to be mentioned is Ein Sportstck byElfriede Jelinekin 1998 atBurgtheaterWien and his final piece as a director Verratenes Volk using texts byJohn Milton,Nietzsche, Dwinger andAlfred Dblinin 2000 atDeutsches Theaterin Berlin.The last phase of his theatre work was accompanied by the work on his epic theatre essay "Droge, Faust, Parsifal" published in 1997.[3]Schleef died in Berlin on 21 July 2001 due to a heart disease. He is buried in Sangerhausen.

Jan LauwersJan Lauwers, n le17avril1957AnversenBelgique, est unmetteur en scnedethtreet dedanse contemporaineet unplasticienflamand.Biographie[modifier|modifier le code]Aprs des tudes de peinture lAcadmie royale des beaux-arts de Gand, Jan Lauwers forme en 1979 la compagnie L'Epigonenensemble qu'il transforme en 1985 en un collectif d'artistes flamands appel l'Epigonentheater zlv (signifiant sous la direction de personne). Ses crations s'inscrivent dans une volont de renouveau du paysage thtral flamand, et plus largement europen. Il cre un thtre concret, direct, et trs visuel, avec la musique et le langage pour lments structurants. L'Epigonentheater disparat en 1985 au profit de laNeedcompanyfonde en 1986 et situ Bruxelles. Ds lors, la compagnie intgre des membres de toutes nationalits et se tourne rsolument vers linternational, produisant des spectacles jous dans le monde en plusieurs langues. Le langage scnique de Jan Lauwers soriente vers la dmultiplication des ples dintrt et des moyens mis en scne: thtre, discours personnels, danse, chanson, et vidos sont intimement mls. Ce concept prend toute son ampleur dans la trilogie informelle rebaptise a posterioriSad Face/Happy Faceentame en 2004 avecLa Chambre d'Isabella, poursuivi avecLe Bazar du homard, et complt en 2008 parLa Maison des cerfs. Cette trilogie a t prsente en intgralit lors duFestival d'Avignon2009 dans un spectacle unique de 6 h 30.Grace Ellen Barkeyest depuis 1986 la chorgraphe attitre de la Needcompany. Il est galement noter les collaborations rgulires, depuis 1993, de lactrice de thtreViviane De Muyncket de la danseuseCarlotta Sagnaqui dansa dans la Needcompany de 1993 20031. Le collectif de la Needcompany produit chaque anne, au sein dun laboratoire exprimental nomm Needlapb, des bauches de spectacles donnant voir les processus de cration en mouvement.Principaux spectacles[modifier|modifier le code]Needcompany 1987:Need to Know 1989:a va 1990:Julius Caesar 1991:Invictos 1992:Antonius und Kleopatra 1992:SCHADE/schade 1993:Orfeo, opra de Walter Hus 1994:The Snakesong Trilogy - Snakesong/Le Voyeur 1995:The Snakesong Trilogy - Snakesong/Le Pouvoir 1996:The Snakesong Trilogy - Snakesong/Le Dsir 1996:Needcompany's Macbeth 1997:Caligula, No beauty for me there, where human life is rare, part one 1998:The Snakesong Trilogy, version adapte avec musique live 1999:Morning Song, No beauty for me there, where human life is rare, part two 2000:Needcompany's King Lear 2000:DeaDDogsDon'tDance/ DjamesDjoyceDeaD 2001:Ein Sturm 2002:Images of Affection 2003:No Comment 2004:La Chambre d'Isabella(voir un extrait) 2006:Le Bazar du homard(voir un extrait) 2008:La Maison des cerfsvoir un extrait

Peter Sellars

Peter Sellars, California, 2011Peter Sellars(27 de setembro, de1957 ) umencenadoramericano, conhecido por suas exclusivas encenaes contemporneas de clssicos e contemporneos de peras e peas de teatro. professor de Artes naUCLA.Nasceu emPittsburgh,Pennsylvania, e estudou naPhillips Academye, posteriormente, naUniversidade de Harvard, graduando-se em 1981. Enquanto estudante, executou uma verso do ciclo doaneldeWagner, e dirigiu uma produo minimalista deAs Trs Irmsuma pea do dramaturgo russoAnton Pavlovitch Tchkhov, So tambm importantes as suas encenaes deCos fan tutte,As bodas de FigaroeDon Giovanni.Encenao[editar|editar cdigo-fonte] 1989:Don GiovannideMozart,Bobigny 1989:Le Nozze di FigarodeMozart,Bobigny 1990:Giulio Cesare in EgittodeGeorg Friedrich Haendel,Thtre Nanterre-Amandiers 1991:Nixon in ChinadeJohn Adams, libreto Alice Goodman,Bobigny 1991:The Death of KlinghofferdeJohn Adams 1993:The PersiansdeEschyle,Bobigny 1994:The Merchant of VenicedeWilliam Shakespeare,Bobigny 1995:I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the SkydeJohn Adams,Bobigny 2000:El NiodeJohn Adams 2002:The Children of Heraklesd'Euripide,Bobigny 2004:Doctor AtomicdeJohn Adams 2005:Tristo e IsoldadeRichard Wagner,Opra Bastille 2006:Adriana MaterdeKaija Saariaho, livretAmin Maalouf,Opra Bastille 2011:DesdemonadeToni MorrisonetRokia Traor, Wiener FestwochenViena,Thtre Nanterre-Amandiers 2012:IolantadeTchaikovskyetPersphonedeStravinsky,Teatro Real,Madrid

Richard Schechner(23 de agostode1934) professorde Estudos da Performance (Performance Studies) na Tisch School of the Arts daUniversidade de Nova Iorque, editor daTDR: The Drama Reviewe diretor da East Coast Artists. Schechner um dos iniciadores do programa deEstudos da Performancee fundador do The Performance Group, um grupo de teatro experimental.ndice[esconder] 1Biografia 2Politica 3Livros 4artigos 5Revistas 6Organizados por Schechner 7No teatro 8Referncias 9Ver tambm 10Ligaes externasBiografia[editar|editar cdigo-fonte]Fez seus estudos de graduao na Cornell University (1956), seu mestrado na University of Iowa (1958) e finalizou seu doutorado na Tulane University (1962).Schechner fundou oThe Performance Group of New Yorkem 1967, sendo seu diretor artstico at 1980. O local de funcionamento do Performance Group foi o Performing Garagem situada no distrito de SOHO, adquirido por Schechner em 1968.Em 1990 Schechner desenvolveu os "rasaboxes" (caixas

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