Peter Brook, giant of the twentieth century theater, has died

The British director passed away on Saturday 2 July in Paris Peter Brock. He was 97 years old. It was announced by Le Monde, a director who has settled in France since 1974. A time marked by a series of profound experiments, the inventor of unadorned spaces and a theater of speech where you don’t feel that actors act even if they are the caliber of John Gielgud, Laurence Olivier, and Paul Schofield on To name a few among those he directed in his long career as a director.

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