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Title: Jerzy Grotowski
Author: Slowiak, James
Written by two theatre professionals who worked intimately with Grotowski over the last twenty-five years of his life, this book fills a gap in the published writings about this master director and teacher. In this book, the writers demonstrate Grotowski's significance and how his frank rhetoric, his revolutionary theories, his landmark productions, and pioneering cultural projects continue to cause controversy and provide fertile topics for discussion and further experimentation in theatre studios, classrooms, and on stages around the world. The book introduces Grotowski to a new generation of theatre students, outlining his contributions to 20th century performance and placing them in context and in perspective.
Contents: List of Figures Acknowledgements 1. Biography and Context 2. Grotowski's Key Writings 3. Grotowski as Director 4. Practical Exercises Afterword Bibliography Index
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Publication date: 07/03/2007
Publishing status: Replaced by new product