Now available - Zygmunt Molik’s Voice and Body Work
Ludwik Flaszen's Grotowski & Company edited by Paul Allain is also available here
The British Grotowski Archive at the University of Kent Templeman Library.
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Now available to purchase: 'With Jerzy Grotowski, Nienadowka, 1980'
In this film Grotowski (speaking in English) returns to the place where he was raised for the first time since the war. He is hoping to find the people and places, the images and the sounds of his intensely lived childhood—memories that have been indelibly linked to his art and his life’s quest. Conceived by Mercedes Gregory. Directed and edited by Jill Godmilow. With an introduction by Peter Brook.
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Publication work is ongoing and includes three projects with the Grotowski Institute:
- An edited collection of texts by Brook on Grotowski, titled Theatre is Just a Form. This has already been published in Polish, and will also be published in French.
- An edited collection of Ludwik Flaszen's texts title tbc.
- Texts by Grotowski's collaborators for a new journal in English called "Polish Theatre Perspectives" . This issue will be titled Grotowski: Voices from Within.
Paul is also editing a collection of texts on Grotowski by academics from across Europe titled Grotowski’s Empty Room for Seagull Press. Flyer can be seen here.
Paul's short article on 2009 activities in Theatre in Poland Nos 3-4, 2008, published by the Polish Centre of the International Theatre Institute in English and Polish.
British Grotowski Conference programme 11-14th June 2009
British Grotowski Postgraduate/Practitioners Symposium programme 14-15th June 2009
The third volume of Opere e Sentieri was published in Italian in April 2008 including a text by Paul. Details are:
Opere e sentieri III - Testimonianze e riflessioni sull'arte come veicolo centers on specific topics connected with the Workcenter research and contains contributions from Paul Allain, Antonio Attisani, Peter Brook, Florinda Cambria, Marco De Marinis, Albert Dichy, Piergiorgio Giacchè, Sandro Lombardi, Roger Repohl, Kris Salata, Marcella Scopelliti, Ferdinando Taviani, Federico Tiezzi, Anatoli Vassiliev and a preface by Carlo Sini.