Author: Leon Ingulsrud

Leon Ingulsrud

Chance and Form

An old friend and colleague from my time in the Suzuki Company Of Toga, Toshihisa Nishikibe said to me once that the true goal of any good artistic practice is freedom. How do we free our voices? Free… more
Leon Ingulsrud

The Actor and the Cathedral

During the 1948 summer session at Black Mountain College, John Cage presented a series of performances of music by Erik Satie. In order to contextualize what was then considered radically avant-garde… more
Leon Ingulsrud

In Search of Shared Meaning

I recently had a conversation with someone that was the kind of conversation I don’t have often enough. This person was a relative stranger. I don’t want to go into specific detail about the… more
Leon Ingulsrud

Bacche Diary 7/28/18

Here we go again. So much of the theater is about repetition. In this way it reflects the cycles of life: seasons, days, the functions of the body and mind. Repetition brings our attention to the… more