A NOVA ADAPTAÇÃO TEATRAL DE O HOMEM DE LA MANCHA (2014) DE MIGUEL FALABELLA E O USO DA OBRA DE ARTHUR BISPO DO ROSÁRIO COMO DESENHO DE CENÁRIO, FIGURINO E AMBIENTAÇÃO

João Eduardo Hidalgo

Abstract


The adaptation of the musical Man of La Mancha by Dale Wasserman made by Miguel Falabella, created a sense of connection, visual and content of the character Don Quixote and the work of the artist, and the end of the messiah of time, Arthur Bispo do Rosário previously unthinkable and brought an unprecedented force for the work. The musical written by Wasserman in 1966 has a simple structure, transform the author of Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes, the character created by him. Madness or the alleged lack of sanity is at the core of the piece. With the inclusion of the work of Bispo do Rosário, which came out in the world and cross-manufactured garments embroidery and markedly medieval banners, the character Don Quixote found a creative mirror. Understanding interartistics links between the two symbols characters, Quixote and the Bishop of the Rosary itself is the purpose of this work.

 

Index Terms – sense of connection, simple structure, interartistics links


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