Thursday, March 24, 2011

How to stage the classics

“My wife... will never buy anything without looking at the date on the package, which says ‘to be eaten before this date.’ If a classic is something from the past, to be honored because it’s from the past, it’s like eating a canned fish or something beyond the stop date. And the only way that a classic should be staged is because you’ve discovered, or you believe, that it is still alive.” -- Peter Brook

PLUS: A look at the legendary director in action, “an artist who has become really himself through his work”--



2 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey gibbs! what ever happened to gawad buhay?

gibbs cadiz said...

it's still on. we're in the middle of deliberations. they moved it to april to coincide with an important activity they're planning for theater folk. :)

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