As I was flying 40,000 feet in the air reading my "American Theatre" magazine (November issue) I came across an interesting quote from an article on Michael John Garces, Artistic Director of Cornerstone Theatre Company, where he says:
"Any theatre that has a result in mind is not having a conversation. The future of the form in these changing times is really about plunging into the unknown and new contexts. We're at a point where those risks are going to have to be taken. The future doesn't lie in the status quo"
Interesting, huh?! It immediately made me stop and want to talk about it; however, on my flight from Toronto to New York City there was no one in the seat next to me, not that they would want to discuss the topic anyway, so I pose it to you, my friends. What do you think (particularly about the results vs converstion aspect)?
Read the full article here