95) Where are the new forms of theatre that give way to exciting changes and that shock and titillate?
96) Are we simply recycling bad ideas?
97) The heart of exploring what one bottles up and censors.
98) Theatre is stymied by the fact that it is an insider’s game that rewards connections over merit.
99) Theatre ought to get its game face on, as there is a lot of competition for entertainment dollars.
100) Nobody is going to give you a medal for being poor.
101) Theatre is being comfortable with asking those uncomfortable questions.
Well? That’s it.
Praxis Theatre’s 101 sentences about theatre. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this project, including Andrew Zadel, Danny Waugh, David Galpern, Greta Papageorgiu, Ian Mackenzie, James Murray, Jo Chim, Laura Nordin, Leah Wahl, Meredith Scott, Michael Wheeler, Paul Hardy, Shaun McComb, Simon Rice and Tania McCartney.
And thanks again to George Hunka, whose 95 sentences about theatre was the inspiration behind this project.
Click here for the series introduction and for the complete list of 101 sentences.
So. What are we going to talk about now?