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Autoria: Luís Joyce-Moniz

Sinopse:

This is a narrative of the identity concerns of three authors and actors, which includes their solo plays, or perhaps a collection of six solos, that comes with a narrative of the creative endeavors of their authors and actors. ¶ A contest of solo theatre, which takes place in the Arlington Theater in Santa Barbara (California), with a first round between these three finalists in the Fall 1973 and a second round in the Winter 1974, lays the background for this dual genre. ¶ Naldo Arez, a Canadian New Yorker is a theorist of the relationships between the author, the actor, the character and the spectator. At the contest, he presents a collective pseudo musical solo, Kollective, and a comic thriller about an agoraphobic play-writer, Excessive. ¶ Pink Jake is a San Francisco stand-up comedian who reflects the identity concerns of the transvestite, author of himself as a character. At the contest he presents a solo tryptic comedy Shoplifter, and a tragicomic thriller Décalage, in which the soloist is confined to an old elevator that moves at different speeds. ¶ Britt Albright is a Texan drama therapist specialized in suicide that leaves group psychodrama to embrace individual drama therapy. She presents: Transformers, a solo version of Chekhov The Three Sisters, and The Suicides, a collection of the last moments of famous theatrical suicides. ¶ This narrative & solos joint text is also a faithful mirror of an American historical period, in which its Portuguese author was a witness. Political events like Watergate, the final moments of the Vietnam War, the Pinochet coup in Chile as well as sociological-political events such as the Symbionese Liberation Army, Reagan ranch in Santa Barbara and, above all, the movement of streaking for impeachment or “run naked for the destitution of Nixon” extensively illustrate the context in which the solo contest takes place.

Índice:

NALDO AREZ late Summer 1973
KYSB December 1973
KOLLECTIVE solo December 1973
PINK JAKE early Fall 1973
KYSB December 1973
SHOPLIFTER solo December 1973
BRITT ALBRIGHT early Summer 1973
KYSB December 1973
TRANSFORMERS solo December 1973
KYSB December 1973
NALDO AREZ January 1974
MIKE EWELL January 1974
BRIT ALBRIGHT January 1974
JAVIER PORTAL & PINK JAKE January 1974
BRITT ALBRIGHT NALDO AREZ REBIE PETRIKAU January 1974
KYSB March 16, 1974
THE SUICIDES solo March 16, 1974
KYSB March 16, 1974
DÉCALAGE solo March 16, 1974
KYSB March 16, 1974
EXCESSIVE solo March 16, 1974
KYSB March 16, 1974


AUTOR

Luís Joyce-Moniz, nascido em 1945, é professor catedrático aposentado de psicoterapia e psicologia da saúde da Universidade de Lisboa. Licenciou-se na Universidade de Genebra, e doutorou-se na Universidade da Califórnia em Santa Barbara, onde também leccionou. Entre os seus trabalhos contam-se a Modificação do Comportamento (Ed. Horizonte, 5ª ed, 2005), a Psicopatologia do Desenvolvimento (Ed. McGrawHill, 2ª, 2000), a Psicologia da Doença para Cuidados de Saúde (Asa, 2005) e Hipnose, Meditação, Relaxamento, Dramatização (Porto Editora, 2010). No domínio do thriller ou policial psicopatológico publicou a trilogia In&Out (Relógio d’Água, 1998), O Corpo Conversivo (Relógio d’Água, 2000) e A Psicologia Não Existe (Quarteto, 2002).

Detalhes:

Ano: 2016
Capa: capa mole
Tipo: Livro
N. páginas: 268
Formato: 23x16
ISBN: 978-989-689-603-4
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