A World Between Mythologies

“We are living in a world between mythologies.”- Anne Bogart

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I didn’t quite understand this quote when I first read it in Anne Bogart’s book, A Director Prepares; 7 Essays on Art and Theatre. Before we talk any further on what it means, or why it’s important, let’s first define the term myth.

Myths, in our times, have been taught to us as stories that don’t relate to us. Stories about the…

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