Monday, March 21, 2011

Peter Brook on Classics

If a classic is something from the past, to be honored because it's from the past, it's like eating a canned fish or something beyond the stop date. And the only way that a classic should be staged is because you've discovered, or you believe, that it is still alive

(from the Boston Globe).


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