Collection Title: NEPAA-Núcleo de Estudos das Performances Afro-Ameríndias/Zeca Ligiéro collection
Title: Povo de Rua
Alternate Title: Street people
Date: 2001
Location: Performed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2001.
Work Type: Performance., Theater.
Zeca Ligiéro, Michele Cabral, writers ; Zeca Ligiéro, videographer ; Carlos Alberto Nunes, costume designer ; Eduardo Krieger, sound designer.
Marise Nogueira, performer.
Run-time (hh:mm:ss): 00:22:18
Language: In Portuguese.
Synopsis: Zé Pelintra is both a 'malandro' and an entity from Umbanda. Dona Docelina is a street vendor. In this play, both of them talk about their life and their choices.Zeca Ligiéro is currently Associate Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro State and the curator of Augusto Boal Archive. He coordinates since 1998 the Center for the Study of Afro-Amerindian Performances-NEPAA, which is dedicated to promoting research, dissemination, and exchange with various cultures of African, Indigenous, and other non-hegemonic origin, and to studying their inter-relations within Brazil.
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Contact: Zeca Ligiéro
Zeca Ligiéro
Rua do Oriente 103
Rio de Janeiro, RJ 20240-130