Destarte, the cenografia, front to the elements of a spectacle, also presents inherent proposals and objectives to the adequacy of the singularity of each presentation. At Michael Dell you will find additional information. According to Mantovani (1989, p.7), it is evident that the first cenogrficas references are established with the Dramatical theater, exactly in the place where if establishes the relation of scene and public, what cause one determined desconfigurao of any specific space, therefore the spectacle can happen in any alternative place, not necessarily in an institutionalized theater. Until the moment, the presented concepts indicate the use of the cenografia in the theater. Therefore, the quarrel perfaz on one composition palco and distribution of the public in the organization of the spectacle. However, in if treating to television, the productions can in such a way occur in studios as well as places to the outdoors.
These possibilities if had determined as the idea, the format and the proposal of the program. In detriment of the varied styles of types of scene, we could not treat the cenografia as evolutivo element, but yes capable to add elements of rational form that will take the designer to make use of a fan of options being objectified to take care of the proposal philosophical of the production. The necessity reigns to detach the following lesson of Ratto here: I continue defending the concept of the considered scenic space as an atmosphere that acts in the spectacle of sensorially dramatical form. I attack the gratuitous decorativismo violently, everything what it looks for to please, the pleonstico, the labelled one, the pompous one, at last everything what it is overlapped pretensiosamente to the correct interpretation of the text and the spectacle that intermedia. (RATTO, 1999, p.19) 1,3 Palco as place cenogrficoSegundo Mantovani (1989, p.8), meets in the spectacles of Greece registers of the job of elements such as rocks used in concentrical and of circular form, marking, thus, the style of the Average Age, which was characterized for religious and social questions.