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We are here to tell the truth. Jerzy Grotowski developed jrezy for actors in the late ’60’s. Oct 09, David rated it it was amazing. If you want to create a true masterpiece you must always avoid beautiful lies: Over time, Grotowski has developed this almost mythological mystique as an experimental theatre artist; consequently, many view his theories and techniques with dubiousness and reserve.
It is a lie. Jan 19, Abraham rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Lucky for me my roomie had this book. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Ped with This Book. He’s a classic tortured artist philosopher.
Per un Teatro povero. Jerzy Grotowsky e il Teatr Laboratorium
Theory — impassioned words on the actor’s necessary societal role actor as shaman, conduit for cross-cultural mythologies, etc. Jerzy Grotowski was a Polish theatre director and innovator of grptowski theatre, the “theatre laboratory” and “poor theatre” concepts.
For Grotowski the entire purpose of his work was a semi- scientific examination of how the actor’s art works. The spectator likes easy truths.
I’ve never had any personal experience with Grotowski’s technique, but this book gave me as much of an understanding as one can have without actually doing it. Aug 30, Gracie rated it really liked it.
Still find his complete lack of imagination downright infuriating, his eisegesis of Artaud, though I feel fortunate for his dedication to his craft, or at least his having been afforded the privilege of being able to exercise it.
I’m not very familiar with grotoweki genealogy of theater but this seems to be a kind of method in which we tool ourselves for automative action ejrzy a very modernist view that would have to occur from modernist purity. In language ranging from the poetic to the scientific, Grotowski describes the artist’s role in society and the importance of the actor-audience connection.
Unluckily, I don’t really understand everything he talks about. And it makes Emily look jdrzy me like I’m crazy because I’m humming and grunting around the apartment. Its critiques of theater, and the piecemeal opulence of the modern, egocentric, and overdone theater hit the mark entirely.
Aug 14, Llew rated it liked it. I believe every aspiring actor should read Grotowski’s ten things: That is, avoid illustrating the author’s words and remarks. May 25, gieb marked it as to-read.
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Towards a Poor Theatre by Jerzy Grotowski
If anything, “Towards and Poor Theatre” provides three things: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Mar 19, Paulina rated it it was amazing.
If you have ever seen the film “My Dinner With Andre”, there is a part where Andre describes taking part in one of Grotowski’s theater experiences, which had a profound effect on him. Dec 12, Alex Lee rated it really liked it Shelves: I don’t doubt that these exercises are tried-and-true; it seems that Grot.
May 22, Paul Kelman rated it it was amazing. I am going to eat you I mean, how many times can you read about the “effectiveness” of a game teafro which actors run around pretending to be tigers? Want to Read saving…. Apr 04, Jon Catherwood-Ginn rated it it was amazing.
Mar 30, Brian rated it really liked it Shelves: Exercises — well-detailed guides to unleashing the actor’s voice through resonators and association games, poses and movement-etudes to develop the actor’s physical dexterity and strength, etc. Until then, here comes more Grotowski reading!
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Sep 18, Morgan rated it really liked it Recommended to Morgan by: I read this book en suite with Artaud’s Teateo and Its Double and Brook’s The Empty Space, all of which share certain theories of the purpose and goals of theatre. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Luckily, I find him interesting. I think that what I liked most about Grotowski’s book is the exactitude of his work compared to Brook and especially Artaud–one of the things I especially disliked about Artaud was that, in Grotowski’s words, when Artaud “moves from description to theory however, he starts explaining magic by jerzyy, cosmic trance by cosmic trance” This kind of pure expression of what jerzyy is an articulation of the cut of what theater is; the exhibition of pure expression.
This is one of those iconic books that changed theatre forever. While I grotoowski the essays for their savage sincerity and consideration of the actor’s art throughout history, I found the “exercises” section pretty dry.
This book reveals his experiments as a crux between what we see in contemporary theatre and the rich traditions of theatrical forms from all over the world. The spectator, perhaps, is content.
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