Thursday, March 18, 2004

"And the answer, the necessary starting point, is that journalism comes in many forms and many varieties. It isn't a "thing". It is a loose and living concept, a trawl for facts or for slivers of truth conducted within enduring traditions and with some imposed disciplines (including the right to answer back). How does the theatre cope with all that?"(Guardian Unlimited | Arts | Features | Extra! Extra! | The new journalism isn't in newspapers - it's on stage. But can this version of the truth be trusted? Peter Preston investigates )


:: note :: . . . not so much whether journalism is theater . . . but a stimulating discussion about facts & art . . . do they work together . . .