On the First Studio of the MAT Traditions and
In our theatre, at the Studio and among my own students, I can feel a need for the uplifting. I can feel their dissatisfaction with a performance depicting “the mundane,” even if it aims for the good. Perhaps, this is the rst step toward “romanticism,” toward a
turnaround. I too imagine something ahead. A kind of festival of feelings, re‚ected onto the uplifting spiritual
realm (what kind of spirituality?), rather than onto the virtuous, so-called, Christian feelings. We must rise, even if only one foot high, above the earth. For now.