در باب هنر تئاتر

  • Title: در باب هنر تئاتر
  • Author: Edward Gordon Craig افضل وثوقی
  • ISBN: 9789643413545
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Well. Craig is over dramatic--to the point of being foolish at times--and he's a little bit whiny and with a healthy dose of misogyny, this can be a trying read. The editor's notes are helpful both in tempering Craig and in providing context to the time. Craig has some interesting ideas, though, and it's fun to play with how they've evolved since the early 1900s.


    • I don't normally write about theatre books I read, but now that I was thinking about it, I realized I probably have enough friends who do theatre (or art) who might find this interesting and/or useful. So I'll start writing about it. Don't worry if you're not "theatre people", I'll still write about the other books I read, and it is easy to identify when a book is about theatre. Also, maybe you'll find something interesting that might be useful for your careers, one never knows.This book, at lea [...]


    • Craig's idea of actors as marionettes, little more than mindless slaves of the director is interesting on the page and probably works well in film, but is rather dull when put into practice on stage. For me, the thrill of live theater is the chemistry between actors, seeing what each brings to the performance, under the unifying force of a strong directorial vision. Part of me wonders if Craig conceived of his brainchild after the hair-tearing experience of directing a pack of egotistical, flake [...]


    • I rated this book in the way I did not because I agree with all his opinions (his definition of art, sexism, etc.) but it was such an interesting read and an interesting way to think about theatre, as well as a snapshot of a particular theatrical era.


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