JACK SMITH: THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE WORKS By Jack Smith

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JACK SMITH: THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE WORKS By Jack Smith

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Published By The Modern Institute

22.5 x 19 cm, 16 pages, Full color offset printed, Saddle stitch, Softcover, 2015

"The figure of the bad actor is testament to the slipperiness and skill of Smith's oeuvre. A weapon trained upon the polite realism of theatrical convention, the bad actor communicates without deception but instaed through inadvertent gestures and movements. They transmit unforced expressions of joy, discomfort, or pleasure as a by-product of their experience in a given situation or scene. Ultimately, the process of performance tends to be less to do with putting on an act. Bad actors are, as Smith described, 'people as their unique selves, not chessman in a script'."

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