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Kameron Steele leads a Suzuki workshop.

Offscript: Kameron Steele and the Worm

This week, teacher/performer/author Kameron Steele stops by to talk about a new book of Suzuki’s writing, and the editors argue about the Tonys and Bitter Lemons’ pay-for-reviews gambit.

Every other week, the editors of American Theatre curate a free-ranging discussion about the lively arts in our Offscript podcast.

Buckle your seatbelts, everyone, because the editors of American Theatre are about to go off! The Tonys were last weekend and boy, do Rob Weinert-Kendt, Suzy Evans and Diep Tran have opinions about who won and the speeches that got left out of the broadcast (and about whether we should talk about the Tonys at all). Also, L.A. theatre website Bitter Lemons is now letting theatres buy reviews, which raises obvious questions of journalistic integrity, not to mention the more troubling matter of who actually reads theatre reviews anyway.

This week’s guest is actor/Suzuki teacher Kameron Steele, who talks about how he discovered Tadashi Suzuki’s work through his original book The Way of Acting, and has now translated a new book of the master’s writings, Culture Is the Body.

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