Robson Corrêa de Camargo or Robson Camargo (born in 1952) is Professor and director of Theater at Universidade Federal de Goiás - Brasil. He got his Ph.D. at Universidade de São Paulo, with a research about the performance of Melodrama in France, England and Brasil, to be publish in 2007 in Portuguese, by Universidade de Brasília. He teaches Aesthetics and acting at his University. He manages a research group about Performance and its acting technics, called Máskara (mask).
Robson Camargo worked as critic at Folha de São Paulo, a major Brazilian newspaper, between 1984 e 1987 and at Movimento a weekly newspaper, central in the fight for liberty during the Brazilian dictatorship (1974-1977). He has articles published at Gestos at University of Irvine and Sala Preta (Black Room) from Universidade de São Paulo. As an artistic director he performed two comedies in Spanish at Arizona State University, when he was a invited researcher: El Dia Que Me Quieras (1996), by José Ignácio Cabrujas, and El Nuevo Mundo (1997), by Carlos Somigliana .
Recently he directed Waiting for Godot (Esperando Godot, 2006) by Samuel Beckett and Betrail by Harold Pinter (2001) in Brazil. Pictures of Esperando Godot (2006) might be seen at http://robsoncamargo.fotos.net.br/sambeckettgyn2005
University professor since 1976 he has also published at Urdimento (Universidade de Santa Catarina - BR) and Manuscrítica Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil (FFLCH/USP) and has expertise in Latinamerican Theater, Aesthetics and History of Theater, Theater for Workers and Acting Technics for Theatrical Performance. Camargo has articles published in Portuguese, Spanish and English. He coordinates a group of Theater Theory and its Reception at the Graduate Brazilian National Research Association ( Associação Brasileira de Pesquisa e Pós-Graduação em Artes Cênicas - Abrace) and also a National Commission from the Education Ministry which evaluates the Undergraduate Theater Programs in Brazil.
some articles published:
As Múltiplas Faces do Melodrama/ The Multiple Faces of Melodrama (portuguese) http://www.hnet.uci.edu/gestos/discursos.html
A recepção crítica de Esperando Godot no teatro brasileiro/ The critical recption of Waiting for Godot at Brazilian Theater (portuguese) http://www.hnet.uci.edu/gestos/ges40.html
Notes about articles and papers http://www.fsu.edu/~icffs/abstracts/beckett/camargo.html (English) http://www.hnet.uci.edu/gestos/ges40res.html (Spanish) http://www.filologia.org.br/revista/artigo/7(23)11.htm (Portuguese)
articles and interviews in Portuguese about his performances
http://www.bravonline.com.br/noticias.php?id=342 ↑http://www.fsu.edu/~icffs/abstracts/beckett/camargo.html http://www.dm.com.br/impresso.php?id=132465&edicao=6731&cck=2 http://www.dm.com.br/impresso.php?id=132467&edicao=6731&cck=2 http://www.dm.com.br/impresso.php?id=132466&edicao=6731&cck=2 http://www.dm.com.br/impresso.php?id=132466&edicao=6731&cck=2 ↑http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=*SBECKETT&n=22093
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