Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Kama Ginkas lives in Moscow where he mounts productions at the New Generation Theater, which is run by his wife, the famous director, Henrietta Yanovskaya John Freedman lives in Moscow where he writes about theater for The Moscow Times, the New York Times, and other publications. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Vom Verlag: Provoking Theater is an interview with Kama Ginkas, the acclaimed Russian Theater director. Through co-author John Freedman’s format of "questions and monologues," Ginkas offers no simple formulas for making theater. Yet, as we follow his lively leaps of fancy and winding digressions, we feel ourselves in the presence of a master creator; one who is able to penetrate into the murky secrets of the creative process. Ginkas’s monologues illuminate a range of topics of great interest to theater students and professionals. The centerpiece of Provoking Theater is a chapter entitled "The Pathology of the Actor." Here Ginkas expresses the excruciating complexity of his relationship to the "material" and how this relationship gives life to his theatrical imagination. His understanding of the nature of the actor, his insights into the ways one must work with these hypersensitive artists, whose sole instruments are their bodies and psyches, are astonishing in their profundity.
Provoking Theater is about a man whose passion is theater. It is about taking risks and making demands. It is abouthow people make theater and how one man made an artist of himself. It is also the story of a child who survived the Holocaust and whose life and art became inextricably intertwined.
Kama Ginkas describes himself as a Russian director fro Lithuania with a Jewish accent. Trained in the Russian school of psychological realism, steeped in the Stanislavsky systemand bearing the mark of the Russian avant-garde as it was developed by Vsevolod Meyerhold, Ginks’s art is a blend of intercultural influences and his own iconoclastic vision. His Russian productions at Moscow’s New Generation Theater are magnets for directors, actors, and critics from many countries who are in search of the bes in cutting-edge theater. His challenging productions of K.I. from "Crime" and We Play "Crime" by Dostoevsky and The Lady with the Lapdog at the American Repertory Theater, were major theater events int the United States in 2003.
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