About the book:
From what necessity does one go and see a performance? In what capacity and for what use does one speak about it? How does that personal voice place beside that of others, including that of artists and audiences, of the past and the present?
Theater is a place to see and feel how acting and seeing occur–from start to end– and are carried beyond, for one writing a critique.
In Volume Three , the author speaks from a consolidation of experiences in literature and theater, as a reader of text privately intuited and of performance publicly viewed.
To a critic, this process is every dialogic– observing and conveying points of admissions and rejections in and from the act of looking.
Publisher: University of Santo Tomas Publishing
Publication Date: 2012
Size: 230 x 153mm
About the author:
Basilio Esteban Villaruz is a choreographer, choreologist and critic. His writings have been published in journals and reference works and he was a columnist for five national dailies. His book Treading Through: 45 Years of Philippine Dance won a national award in cultural studies.
He is Professor Emeritus at the University of the Philippine College of Music, where he helped establish the dance degree and the UP Dance Company. He is also Philippine president of the World Dance Alliance and a commissioner of the UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines.