LOVE this description. I think it might fits the form of my new play AVENGING ARACHNE very well. Would love to hear the thought of those few of you who are now reading the first draft. -ag

Better, I think, to leave the strings showing: to keep sets simple, revealing the mechanisms that underpin them; to write plays that don’t quite fit together, rather than adhering to conventions of plot and narrative; to under-act, adopting as much as possible the rhythms of natural speech. This “Theater of Empiricism” would treat each performance like an experiment;

via Theater of Empiricism | Gwydion Suilebhan.

(thanks to @Papatola for the essay recommedation via twitter.)