“That was one of the reasons that Grotovski gave up the theatre. He just felt that people in their lives now were performing so well that performance in the theatre was sort of superfluous and, in a way, obscene. Isn’t it amazing how often a doctor will live up to the expectation of how a doctor should look? We see a terrorist on television, and he looks just like a terrorist! I mean, we live in a world in which fathers and single people and artists are all trying to live up to someone’s fantasy of how a father or a single person or an artist should look and behave.”
—Andre Gregory, in Louis Malle’s My Dinner with Andre (1981)
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