Not what I Am: The Experience of Performing
Methuen, 1995 - Drama - 147 pages
Live 2 - not what I am presents the results of a unique investigation, carried out in conjunction with the Royal National Theatre Studio, into the nature of performance itself.
Performers and practitioners with backgrounds ranging from Shakespeare to stand-up comedy, from poetry to conjuring, from living-rooms to English prisons, discuss their experiences and share their views on one of theatre's most fundamental issues.
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