Judith Malina (born June 4, 1926) is a German-born American theater and film actress, writer, and director. She was one of the founders of The Living Theatre, a radical political theatre troupe that rose to prominence in New York City and Paris during the 1950s and 60s.
Malina was born in Kiel, Germany, the daughter of Jewish parents: her mother ...
Tremble: your whole life is a rehearsal for the moment you are in now.
To stand up on the stage is to say to many people: "Look at me." How can you do that without speaking the only truth you know? There is no such thing as an uncommitted actor.
The natural order will emerge only if we let go of the fear of the disorder, we trust each other.
It is better to rage against the preventable suffering/because it leads to the suggestion of gorgeous alternatives/than to express our sadness.
Today the young actors regard their environment with rage and disgust. They regard their Master not as disciples regard their Master, but as slaves regard their Master.