Unbalancing Acts: Foundations for a Theater

Richard Foreman Peter Sellars

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Unbalancing Acts: Foundations for a Theater

Unbalancing Acts Foundations for a Theater Includes essays and playscripts The Cure Film Is Evil Radio Is Good Symphony of Rats What Did He See and Lava Foreword by Peter Sellars

  • Title: Unbalancing Acts: Foundations for a Theater
  • Author: Richard Foreman Peter Sellars
  • ISBN: 9781559360760
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Includes essays and playscripts The Cure, Film Is Evil Radio Is Good, Symphony of Rats, What Did He See and Lava Foreword by Peter Sellars

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    1. Keira on said:

      It's true that Richard Foreman's writings about theater are easier to read than his plays. This book on his philosophy about theater is a gem. He is a totally unique individual who is uncompromising in his need for theater to confront both the performer and the audience. Foreman speaks it better than I ever could: "Art is perspective; all perspectives are lies about the total truth; so art is a lie that, if strategically chosen, wakes people up."

    2. Tran on said:

      They say it's better to see a Richard Foreman play than read it. Based on my reading some of his plays here, that's probably true.

    3. Andrew on said:

      Foreman's most accessible writings on his work in theater, a perfect entrance point into his aesthetic and process, which is as intriguing as his productions.

    4. Lenny Gonzalez on said:

      I think George Clinton was referring to Richard Foreman when he wrote, "Free your mind and your ass will follow". Foreman doesn't mess around, one of a kindch like George Clinton.

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