Elsom, John. “Polish Madness: Tadeusz Kantor’s Eccentric Genius.” The World and I 16, no. 7 (July, 2001): 76-83. Elsom sees Kantor’s work as capturing the disintegration of twentieth century Poland. Provides analysis of his dramatic works and a concise biography.
Kantor, Tadeusz. A Journey Through Other Spaces: Essays and Manifestos, 1944-1990. Edited and translated by Micha Kobiaka. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. Includes a valuable critical study by the translator.
Kobiaka, Micha. “Forget Kantor.” Performing Arts Journal 47 (May, 1994): 1-17. Discusses the relationship between idea and image in Kantor’s work.
Kobiaka, Micha. Review of Of the Memory of a Human Unhoused in Being, by Tadeusz Kantor. Performance Research 5 (December, 2000): 41-55. An extensive review that also analyzes Kantor’s works and philosophy.
Kobiaka, Micha. “Tadeusz Kantor’s Happenings: Reality, Mediality, and History.” Theatre Survey 43, no. 1 (May, 2002): 58-79. Suggests that the equivalency principle has the potential not only to perturb the order and the regime of the object’s use value by liberating it from the bondage of utility and mechanical reproduction, but also has the potential to locate the object in a dynamic space wherein other objects are positioned.
Margolies, Eleanor. “Ventriloquism: Kantor, Templeton, and the Voices of the Dead.” New Theatre Quarterly 16, no. 63 (August, 2000): 203-210. Margolies examines how the spirits of the dead “speak” through the works of Kantor and Fiona Templeton, a performance artist.
Miklaszewski, Krzysztof. Encounters with Tadeusz Kantor. Routledge Harwood Polish and East European Theatre Archive 8. New York: Routledge, 2002. Contains criticism and interpretation of Kantor’s dramatic works. Includes an extensive bibliography and index.