About Poor Theatre Series

Poor Theatre is a term that was closely associated with theatre practitioner Jerzy Grotowski’s theatre process and product. He made the actor’s voice and body the key focus of the performance. Meanwhile, other elements of theatre were minimal, and in some cases, non-existent.
Similarly, in Practice’s “Poor Theatre Series”, it refers specifically to a stripped down process and product. It is a cradle for practitioners to devise new works and experiment with the theatrical form. It is also a gathering space for theatre veterans and emerging performers to co-mingle, collide and create.