Monday, 8 May 2000

From "Some Correspondence"

A theater practice such as mine which is not primarily literary is especially subject to multiple readings across the attentions of a diverse audience; not just subject, but vulnerable, unless the acceptance and indeed encouragement of that uncontrolled multiciplicity of subjective responses and interpretations is built in, as it were, to the presentation. So that what leaves the stage has already absorbed the turbulence by which it will otherwise be altered before it impacts on the spectator.

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