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An actor should look at the theater like "This
might be my last day on earth. I might never
survive this. I might never survive this.
- Julie Harris


Three generations of theater genius speak in

Theater Voices: conversations on the stage
by Steve Capra

Reference & Research Book News
May 2005

This collection of interviews addresses every aspect of stage performance and theater theory
from the perspectives of actors, playwrights, directors, critics and teachers, whose approaches
range from the traditional to the avant-garde. Capra, a playwright and a theater critic, conducted
the interviews from 1993 to 2000. Although many of the interviewees lament what they see as
the decline of theater, their very participation in it portends a positive future.

Educational Book Review
January-February 2005

...Steve Capra has [found] in the process of collecting these interviews an intriguing triangle:
work itself, ideas
,and personalities. Each individual interviews is an undisputed authority on
theatre. The book is worth reading by the people not only in theatre, but also in arts, literature
and music....


Amazon.com ("...delightful and informative interviews...")

ReviewScout.com ("Fantastic book!")

: Norm Goldman's Interview with Steve Capra