- Peter Brook is the most consistently innovative director in Western theatre.
- In these three essays he returns to the concept of his first book The Empty Space and examines what that means for the life of a production.
- How can a company establish its own 'empty space'—a rehearsal and performance environment which will encourage actors to abandon the security of the hackneyed and release their true creativity, an openness to fresh ideas and situations which, Brook argues, is crucial to engaging the audience?
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