Japonia Jerzego Grotowskiego i Tadeusza Kantora

Zbigniew Osiński

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/LC.2014.025


The paper focuses on the relation between two prominent theatre artists – Jerzy Grotowski and Tadeusz Kantor – and the Japanese culture. The text is divided into five parts: 1. On theatre and its reception in Poland (including the context of the Euroamerican reception); 2. the visit of Tadeusz Kantor’s theatre ensemble Cricot in Japan in years 1982 and 1990, and its triumphant welcome; 3. Grotowski’s three-day visit in Tokyo in 1973 in the company of Tadashi Suzuki; 4. the symposium Sztuka debiutanta in 1978 in Warsaw and Grzegorzewice; 5. Tokimasa Sekiguchi’ translation into Japanese of Grotowski’s Performer, published in the Polonica journal in 1992.

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Key words: Jerzy Grotowski; Tadeusz Kantor; no theatre; Witold Gombrowicz; Theatre „38”

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