The Way of Acting: The Theatre Writings of Tadashi Suzuki
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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