“What makes theatre unique from other art forms is that it is the only one that asks the question ‘how are we getting along’ and ‘how can we get along better?’”
In this exclusive lecture, produced in association with The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, American theatre director Anne Bogart discusses the integral relationship between the audience and performance through the prism of five key topics: resonance, response, sight, sensation and presence.
Captured during the symposium on Bogart’s work, curated by Professor Geoffrey Colman, this invaluable resource provides opportunities for class discussion on the very nature of theatre and its impact on audiences scientifically and emotionally as Bogart explores the human need to experience performance together.
Contains strong language
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