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The empty space

Author: Peter Brook
Publisher: New York : Touchstone, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Touchstone edView all editions and formats
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From director and cofounder of the Royal Shakespeare Company Peter Brook, The Empty Space is a timeless analysis of theatre from the most influential stage director of the twentieth century. As relevant as when it was first published in 1968, groundbreaking director and cofounder of the Royal Shakespeare Company Peter Brook draws on a life in love with the stage to explore the issues facing a theatrical  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Brook
ISBN: 0684829576 9780684829579
OCLC Number: 71760992
Notes: Originally published: London : MacGibbon & Kee : 1968.
Description: 141 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The deadly theatre --
The holy theatre --
The rough theatre --
The immediate theatre.
Responsibility: Peter Brook.

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From director and cofounder of the Royal Shakespeare Company Peter Brook, The Empty Space is a timeless analysis of theatre from the most influential stage director of the twentieth century. As relevant as when it was first published in 1968, groundbreaking director and cofounder of the Royal Shakespeare Company Peter Brook draws on a life in love with the stage to explore the issues facing a theatrical performance--of any scale. He describes important developments in theatre from the last century, as well as smaller scale events, from productions by Stanislavsky to the rise of Method Acting, from Brecht's revolutionary alienation technique to the free form happenings of the 1960s, and from the different styles of such great Shakespearean actors as John Gielgud and Paul Scofield to a joyous impromptu performance in the burnt-out shell of the Hamburg Opera just after the war. Passionate, unconventional, and fascinating, this book shows how theatre defies rules, builds and shatters illusions, and creates lasting memories for its audiences. -- ‡c From publisher's description.

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