Collaborators

Artists and Researchers

Glauco Maciel

Glauco Maciel has an undergraduate degree in Audiovisual Production from UNIP, a graduate degree in Film and Audiovisual Language From Estácio de Sá College (Rio de Janeiro), and works as a Professional Musician and Audio Technician. With large experience in sound effects, he is a registered sound professional working as a foley artist, directing and capturing sound capture for theater, video-documentaries, film and radio. In the field of theatre, he has worked with Hugo Rodas, Fernando Villar, Rita Castro, Marcus Motta, João Antônio, Rafael Tursi (Projeto Pés), Nitza Tenenblat, Graça Veloso, Leo sykes, Gê Marthú and Irmãos Guimarães. In the field of Visual Arts he has worked with Gê Orthof, Bia Medeiros, Carlos Praude, Sandro Alves, Fátima Burgos and Suzete Venturelli. And in the field of music he has collaborated with electroacoustic composer Conrado Silva, maestro Jorge Antunes, Cachorros das Cachorras, Orquestra de Senhoritas, among others. He registered and mastered ABIN’s (Brazilian Intelligence Agency) and Mombaça city (Ceará state) official anthems. In the field of film and video, he studied with Toninho Murici from Renato Aragão Filmes, worked with Juliano Serra, Marcelo Emanuel and Eliomar Araújo (Festival Guarnicê award-winners), Roger Madruga, Tony Martin (INOMI), Marcelo Fonteles (Agenda Cultural Brasília), Peterson Paim, Sérgio Neves and the Campus Radio from UFJF university. Currently, he produces the daily program “Espaço Manancial” at Sara Brasil FM Radio to large audiences, and since 2013 he is an instructor with Marcelo Emanuel at Escola de Cinema Social Cine Braza.

Michael Rau

Michael Rau is a live performance director specializing in new plays, opera, and digital media projects. He has worked internationally in Germany, Brazil, the UK, Ireland, Canada, and the Czech Republic. He has created work in New York City at Lincoln Center, The Public Theater, PS122, HERE Arts Center, Ars Nova, The Bushwick Starr, The Brick, 59E59, 3LD, and Dixon Place. Regionally, his work as been seen at the Ingenuity Festival in Cleveland OH, and the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA. He has developed new plays at the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, the Lark and the Kennedy Center. Michael Rau is a recipient of fellowships from the Likhachev Foundation, the Kennedy Center, and the National New Play Network. He has been a resident artist at the Orchard Project, E|MERGE, and the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Rau is a Forward/Story fellow and a speaker at Books in Browsers, StoryCode, and RailsConf2016. He has been an associate director for Anne Bogart, Les Waters, Robert Woodruff, and Ivo Van Hove. He is a New York Theater Workshop Usual Suspect and a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University and received his MFA in Theater Directing from Columbia University.

Thiago Sabino

Thiago Sabino has a Master Degree in Communication from the University of Brasília (UnB), he is a university professor and visual artist working primarily in film, photography, theatre design and videomapping. He teachers in the undergraduate and graduate courses at IESB and has taught at Universidade Católica de Brasilia, UniCeub and UnB, as substitute professor at the Theatre Arts Department. He has collaborated with Coletiva Teatro since 2018 when he created the design and videomapping for the show O Amor Que Habito (2018) as well as participated in the company's second Artistic Residency at Texas State University in the US where he created the videotaping for the show Uma Sonata Familiar (2018). He designed the videomapping for Festa de Inauguração (by Teatro do Concreto, 2019). He is currently involved in research on expanded film and the utilization of cinematographic devices in theatrical narratives as well as being part of the @projetemos, a collective of VJs that promote urban interventions with projection on building facades.

Higor Filipe

Born in Brasília, Higor Filipe works as a light designer creating and executing lighting projects, as well as technical director for theater festivals. He began his career in 2002, participating in many theater festivals throughout Brazil, and designing lighting projects. He has experience with important artists from Brasília’s cultural scenario, such as: Udi Grudi, Hugo Rodas, Teatro do Concreto, G7, and Ellen Oléria. He works in different entertainment areas (TV, Theater, Cinema, Musicals, Corporate Events and Music Shows). Since 2013, he has been working with big national and international companies, such as: Rede Globo Comunicações, Walt Disney Company, and Cirque du Soleil. He created and coordinated Festival CéU – Cena Universitária de Brasília (2017) and assisted as technical director for Festival Cena Contemporânea (2018). Nowadays, he works with many different groups and festivals, such as: Coletiva Teatro - research group in Theatre Arts of University of Brasília, FESTA - Festival Estudantil de Teatro Amador, Projeto Pés, Teatro do Concreto, and Cirque du Soleil.

Mariana Borges

Mariana Borges is a psychologist, actress and master by the Postgraduate Program in Clinical Psychology and Culture at the University of Brasilia. Graduated in theater school at the Companhia da Ilusão, and has worked with important artists from the cultural scene of Brasilia, such as Hugo Rodas and Fernando Villar. She developed research on the intersections between Dramatic Arts and Psychology, which continued during her master's when she conducted a dialogue between the use of humor in psychotherapy and the art of clowning. In addition, Mariana has a degree in Hypnosis and Ericksonian Psychotherapy from the Milton H. Erickson Foundation (Phoenix, USA) and from the Milton H. Erickson Institute in Brasilia. Currently works as a professor and Scientific Director of the Milton H. Erickson Institute in Belo Horizonte and since 2015 as a collaborator in the research and creation group Coletiva Teatro at the University of Brasilia.

Tiago Mundim

Tiago Mundim is a fellow PNPD postdoctoral in the Postgraduate Program in Performing Arts at UnB since 2019. In 2018 he concluded his PhD in Contemporary Art by UnB and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama - University of London, where he researched the influence of technologies in the teaching, learning and performance processes of the contemporary actor-singer-dancer. He holds a Master's Degree in Contemporary Art, a Bachelor's Degree in Theatrical Interpretation, a Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts and a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, all from UnB. For 10 years he studied Musical Theater at the Escola de Teatro Musical de Brasília, where he also became a member of the institution's professors from 2014 until 2017. He has more than 50 Musical Theater performances in his curriculum, both as a performer and as a scenic director and vocal coach, in addition to several other shows of the most diverse artistic modalities. Click to access his portfolio.

Ana Paula de Sá

Advertiser graduated in Communications at the University of Brasilia with experience in ad campaigns for digital and print media. Worked for different advertising agencies in Brasilia. Has knowledge in design, editorials, copywriting and digital marketing. Created the graphic design of "PGFN em Números", 2019 and 2020 editions, publication for the Attorney-General of the National Treasury. Created the graphic design of the "PGFN" magazine, distributed at the institution's 2018 Confraternization. Participated in the production of the campaigns and jingles for Terraço, Brasília, Taguatinga and JK shopping centers for the years 2014 and 2015. Also worked on the production of the campaign and jingle for P.O. Day, of the PaulOOctavio Group. Is currently pursuing a degree in Visual Arts at UnB and has collaborated with Coletiva Teatro. Developed their website, visual identity, stationery, and campaign for the group's 2019 show Luar de Contos. Click to see her portfolio.

Carol Resende

Graduated in Communications with a major in Audiovisual (2016) and Pedagogy (2013), both from the University of Brasília. Works as a freelancer since 2015 in the areas of photography and video, focused on birth records, portraits and culture. Worked at the Brazilian Institute of Science and Technology-IBICT, of the Ministry of Science and Technology (MCTIC), at Canal Ciência where she scripted, produced, filmed and edited videos. Was member of the research project Creation in Collective of the department of Scenic Arts of UnB, in which she produced, filmed and edited videos for the research works of the group: Luar de Contos (CCBB-2019) and its presentations in Analogio Festival, in Athens (2019) and CEU (2019) and the show Baú de Histórias (2018). In the area of online videos she edited the courses of the Cecilia Menon School: ANPEC preparation course, scripted and edited the Be-have course by Erika Linhares, Artistic Makeup by Ju Welasco (2018) and the You Make Up (2018) YouTube channel. In film, she directed and edited the documentary Por uma Escola dos Sonhos in 2015 and the short films Fechadura (2017) and Área VIP (2018), as an editor on the films Paspalhos (2013) and Internet dos Mortos (2020) and worked as a continuist on the films O Véu de Amani (2018) and A terra em que pisar (2019). Click to see her portfolio.

Scholarships

Scholarship
2021

Former Collaborators/Alumni

Alexandre Batista (Actor)
Ana Sofía Macassi (Production Assistant)
Carlione Ramos (Product Designer)
Matheus Serafim (Audiovisual)
Tiago Cabral (Web Developer)
Marianne Marinho (Production Assistant)

Laboratório Criação em Coletivo para a Cena
Campus Universitário Darcy Ribeiro (UnB), Brasília - DF
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