Towards a poor theatre

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Simon and Schuster, 1968 - Performing Arts - 262 pages
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Review: Towards a Poor Theatre

User Review  - Kari Barclay - Goodreads

This book changed the way I think about theatre. In language ranging from the poetic to the scientific, Grotowski describes the artist's role in society and the importance of the actor-audience connection. Read full review

Review: Towards a Poor Theatre

User Review  - Abraham - Goodreads

Really gets down to thinking about theater and acting in holistic (why is that not spelled with a 'w'?) way. Its critiques of theater, and the piecemeal opulence of the modern, egocentric, and overdone theater hit the mark entirely. Anybody involved in theater should read this. Read full review

Contents

a Poor Theatre
15
He Wasnt Entirely Himself
117
Statement of Principles
255
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