Ten Thousand Idiots describes the countless voices that inhabit us today when we live, write and make theatre. Learning to distinguish, play with and switch between your inner voices at lightning speed is the basis of the creative process.
With a new poetics, Ten Thousand Idiots describes what a theater text actually is. Subsequently, all voices that can be heard in the writing process of theater texts are examined, and ideas are developed about what the pedagogy of theater writing could look like.
Ten Thousand Idiots teach you how to write good theater texts. But secretly it is also a case study on how we can smoothen, accelerate and deepen the creative process, and what art education for hybrid artists could look like today.
Auteur: Nirav Christopher