You're right in demanding that the artist have a conscious relation to his work, but you are confusing two ideas: solving a problem and posing a problem correctly.—Anton Chekhov, Letters to A.S. Suvorin
Choreography too will reassume tasks of a realistic nature. It is a mistake of recent time that it has nothing to do with the depiction of “people as they really are.” […] In any case a theater that bases everything on Gestus cannot do without choreography.—Bertolt Brecht, Little Organon
All lije Murphy, is figure and ground.—Samuel Beckett, Murphy
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