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Title: Projeto “Ribalta”: Memória e Trajetória do Teatro e da Dança no Pará (Programa Piloto com Eny Corrêa)
Author(s): Refkalefsky, Margaret.
Malcher, Maria Ataide.
Conception: Este conteúdo é resultado do trabalho de uma equipe multidisciplinar e foi desenvolvido pelo projeto Academia Amazônia (FACOM/UFPA) em parceria com a Escola de Teatro e Dança, via coordenação do Teatro Universitário Cláudio Barradas.
Publication date: 2010
Description: Pilot Program of the Ribalta Project which has as objective carrying out a series of discussions with great theater and dance Pará-born masters seeking the register and memory preservation of the area in order to the result is the source search and professor study, students and technicians of different knowledge areas. The program consists in a celebrity’s interview of the Theater or Dance of Pará led by a presenter and by guests who know the interviewee’s work and trajectory. With the live format, the program also allows to the theater audience asking questions to the interviewee who is in the center of the stage. In the pilot edition, the interviewee was Eny Corrêa and the guests: Roberta Rezende; Waldeth Brito; Beth Gomes; Sônia Massoud. In this program the interviewee is the teacher Eny Correa, a reference for the Pará dance. She is graduated in Physical Education, by the Brazil University, nowadays Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, she returned to Belém in 1967 full of ideas and knowledge. In this same year she got a partnership with the Federal University of Pará (UFPA) and the Culture and Education Secretariat to promote the first modern dance course in Belém, being the embryo for the UFPA choreographic group formation, which later was transformed in an experimental pole responsible for the formation of great names in Pará. Her big passion was the body art manifestation; she had influence of Maria Helenita Scierpe and Isadora Duncan. Bringing these knowledge to Belém she had the concern of adapting it according to the regional reality of the Pará-born people who she considers very expressive and creative; because of this her concern in preserving the regional identity. She was always concerned in innovating, doing something different, integrating the several art manifestations such as the music, the theater, the dance, in a traditional time, which demonstrates that she was ahead of her time. This documental program tells a little of her life’s history, her career, with the participation of people who were part of her history such as Beth Coelho, Sônia Massoud, Roberta Rezende and Waldeth Brito.
Subject: Talk show
Pará Art
Modern dance
Nonverbal communication
Art in education
Performing arts
Popular culture
Federal University of Pará (UFPA)
Eny Corrêa
Original idiom: pt_BR
Time / Size: Parte 01: 11min e 19seg
Parte 02: 09min e 07seg
Parte 03: 07min e 30seg
Parte 04: 11min e 34seg
Parte 05: 06min e 56seg
Parte 06: 10min e 30seg
Parte 07: 07min e 09seg
Parte 08: 09min e 13seg
Parte 09: 10min e 27seg
Parte 10: 12min e 57seg
Credits: Produção: Lopes, Suanny; Fontes, Ana Juliana; Cristo, Élida; Miranda, Diogo; Tomaz, Pedro Henrique; Nascimento, Uriel; Araújo, Erizani; Goulart, Thamires.
Entrevistada: Corrêa, Eny.
Apresentador: Silva, Alberto.
Participantes: Rezende, Roberta; Brito, Waldeth; Gomes, Beth; Massoud, Sônia.
Reference: UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO PARÁ. Instituto de Ciências das Artes. Instituto de Letras e Comunicação. Projeto “Ribalta”: Memória e Trajetória do Teatro e da Dança no Pará (Programa Piloto com Eny Corrêa). Autoria de Margaret Refkalefsky e Maria Ataide Malcher. Concepção e desenvolvimento: Projeto Academia Amazônia e Escola de Teatro e Dança. Entrevistado: Eny Corrê-a. Belém: UFPA, 2010. 1 vídeo (1h 36min 42seg). Disponível em: <http://www.multimidia.ufpa.br/jspui/handle/321654/794>. Acesso em:
License: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported da Creative Commons.
Note: O projeto “Ribalta”: Memória e Trajetória do Teatro e da Dança no Pará foram produzidos dois programas piloto sendo um voltado para a memória do Teatro (Cláudio Barradas) e outro da Dança paraense (Eni Corrêa).
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