The Way of Acting: The Theatre Writings of Tadashi Suzuki

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Theatre Communications Grou, 1986 - Performing Arts - 158 pages
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The most influential contemporary theatre director in Japan, Suzuki provides a thorough and accesible formulation of his ideas and beliefs, and insights into his training methods. Features his compelling adaptation of Clytemnestra--finding an astonishing parallel between ancient Greek and modern Japanese society, Suzuki melds traditional and avant-garde techinques to shed new light on this primal tale.
 

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Review: The Way of Acting: The Theatre Writings of Tadashi Suzuki

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He talks of charisma beginning with the actors ability to harness the energy of the Earth through their feet, to harness it & contain it, to that the torso & arms, hands, face can express anything & everything, w/grace & power. His company lives in the mountains, in Japan. Read full review

Review: The Way of Acting: The Theatre Writings of Tadashi Suzuki

User Review  - Maja - Goodreads

He talks of charisma beginning with the actors ability to harness the energy of the Earth through their feet, to harness it & contain it, to that the torso & arms, hands, face can express anything & everything, w/grace & power. His company lives in the mountains, in Japan. Read full review

Contents

House and Family
25
Human Experience and the Group
47
The Toga Festival
69
Empty Village
98
Undated Entries from my Diary
111
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