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Beckett in performance
List of illustrations Acknowledgements 1. Introduction Part I. Acting: 2. Rockaby and the art of inadvertent interpretation 3. Considerations of acting in the early plays 4. Considerations of acting
The theater of Heiner Müller
Acknowledgements Chronology Reference Note List of illustrations 1. Muller as Muller: Introduction 2. Muller as Brecht (The Horatian) 3. Muller as Kleist (Volokolamsk Highway, Gundlings Life,
The Mahabharata: Twenty-Five Years Later
At age eighty-five, Peter Brook does all he can to avoid interviews. He has no interest in his own legend, and as for his theatrical ideas, he has said it all before, in his autobiography (Threads of
The Death (and Life) of American Theater Criticism: Advice to the Young Critic
Theater criticism is an art (some might call it a vice) I have practiced for twenty-two years. University lectures on theater criticism aren’t common, in my experience, partly because the subject
On Hamletmachine: Muller and the Shadow of Artaud
At a 1987 colloquium at the Freie Universittit in West Berlin, Heiner Milller was asked to name the authors other than Brecht whom he considered significant influences. His polite response "I'm