Glenn Loney's Performing Arts Bookshelf
Who Calls the Shots in NY Theatre?/Who Keeps Score in London Theatre?/East European Theatre after the Iron Curtain/Peter Brook—From Oxford to Orghast/Peter Brook's Dream/BOMB Interviews/New Views of Stanislavsky & His "System"/New Classical CDs

"The Invisible Acor's Eye" by Yoshi Oida
American theatergoers have seen the exquisite work of the well known international actor Yoshi Oida, most notably in the productions of Peter Brook. Now Oida, who has had a thirty-year career in theater in both the East and West, has opened his artistic thinking and techniques to us in a compelling book, "The Invisible Actor" (Methuen). His deep insights and technical knowledge about acting and his thoughts about life make reading this book a rare experience. By Margaret Croyden

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