|Title:||Peter Brook and the Mahabharata|
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|Publisher:||Routledge (December 20, 1991)|
Peter Brook And The M. .This collection of essays by both scholars and collaborators on Brook's version of The Mahabharata discusses the politics of theatre interculturalism, the nature of the working process and the technical problems encountered in staging the play.
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Peter Brook and the Mahabharata. Critical Perspectives. London: Routledge, 1991.
Peter Brook's "The Mahabharata" attracted massive public interest during its short touring life, and a subsequent six hour film version was televised worldwide. A number of critics hailed it as "the theatrical event of the decade". Yet most of the critical material has failed to address a number of central issues: the production's relationship with Brook's other work and the politics of theatre interculturalism, for example.
London and New York : Routledge, 1991. Department of Drama, Theatre and Dance. Place of Publication.
Peter Brook first directed the Mahabharata in 1985, forty years into a very successful career as a theatre and film director. Western critics hailed the production as 'an astonishing achievement'1 and 'a masterpiece'. 2 This work was also described as 'the theatrical spectacle of the century. that will change the Mahabharata- as- wo rid- ext forever . Other views, however, see Brook as perpetuating 'orientalist'4 modes of thinking and of inviting this manner of thinking in his audience
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