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The Art of Stillness: The Theater Practice of Tadashi Suzuki

by Paul Allain

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The first major study in English of one of theatre's most important innovators, thinkers and directors For over forty years Tadashi Suzuki has been a unique and vital force in both Japanese and Western theatre, creating and directing many internationally acclaimed productions (often at the Toga International Festival, which he founded in 1982), including his most famous production, The Trojan Women, which toured throughout the world. An integral part of his work has been the development and teaching of his rigorous and, for some, controversial training system, the Suzuki Method, whose principles have also been highly influential in modern theatre.

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