Elise Robinson – theater director, writer, blogger, teacher, and general smarty-pants – brings to the conversation her witty and joyful mix of academia and traditional theater into the context of “communication.” In true Elise form, she references Peter Brook’s concept of “deadly” and “holy theater” – and shares with us some delightful and transformative moments. (Which happens to include several references to the charm and brilliance of Brits – and Patrick Stewart – twice.)
I adore her, and I know you will, too!
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On Holy Theater – Some highlights:
Trust the Process: You don't know the outcome, you just have to keep showing up to put on the “show.”