“Human Presence” Gives Theater Its Artistic Power

eric warren
Jun 28, 2011

Zé Celso gives Stuart a tour around his theater referencing his passion for art that evokes the power of the human presence.

Ze Celso shows Stuart around his theater. Photo by Stuart Holt

The Most Interesting Person Project is a series of interviews in which each person interviewed gives the name of the person they think is the most interesting person they know. That person then gets interviewed, starting the cycle over.

It’s the human presence that brings the passion to the stage and makes the theater such a vibrant medium for expression. More than painting or photography, watching people unfold dramas can sweep the viewer into an alternate reality and really feel like they’ve lived it with them. This certainly doesn’t have to happen on a stage. The dramas that happen around us could fill thousands of stages every day. Sit back and take it in.

Video created by: Stuart Holt and the Most Interesting Person Project
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