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Etienne Decroux and his theatre laboratory by Marco De Marinis

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mime,
  • Mimes,
  • Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMarco de Marinis ; translated from Italian by John Dean and Bianca Mastrominico ; edited and prefaced by Frank Camilleri
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN1986.D43 .D42 2015
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 257 pages
Number of Pages257
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27206165M
ISBN 10113895358X, 1138953571
ISBN 109781138953581, 9781138953574
OCLC/WorldCa937740278

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Etienne Decroux and His Theatre Laboratory is based on the long-awaited translation of Marco De Marinis's monumental work on mime in the twentieth century: Mimo e teatro nel Novecento (). Revised and updated to bring it up to date with recent publications and other materials, the volume focuses specifically on the seminal role played by. Étienne Decroux (19 July in Paris, France – 12 March in Boulogne-Billancourt, France) was a French actor who studied at Jacques Copeau's École du Vieux-Colombier, where he saw the beginnings of what was to become his life's obsession–corporeal mime. During his long career as a film and theatre actor, he created many pieces, using the human body as the primary means of : 19 July , Paris, France.   Thomas Leabhart studied with Etienne Decroux from – He is Professor of Theatre and Resident Artist at Pomona College in California, and teaches regularly in France and Spain, among other countries. He edits Mime Journal, has published books and articles on corporeal mime, and attended many ISTA meetings as a member of the artistic : Sally Leabhart, Thomas Leabhart. Etienne Decroux and His Theatre Laboratory is based on the long-awaited translation of Marco De Marinis' monumental work on mime in the twentieth century: Mimo e teatro nel Novecento (). Now revised and updated, the volume focuses specifically on the seminal role played by French mime artist and pedagogue Etienne Decroux.

Etienne Decroux’s Corporeal Mime. It was on the body, and the body only, that Etienne Decroux founded his new mime with the aim of redesigning the profile and the form of the theatre of tomorrow. The work was a colossal utopian project, and yet Decroux, by the end of his life, had succeeded in giving his art a precise technique. These compact, well-illustrated and clearly written books will unravel the contribution of modern theatre's most charismatic innovators. Etienne Decroux is the first book to combine: an overview of Decroux's life and work ; an analysis of Decroux's "Words on Mime", the first book to be written about this art. Etienne Decroux and his Theatre Laboratory 1st Edition. Marco de Marinis Aug Etienne Decroux and His Theatre Laboratory is based on the long-awaited translation of Marco De Marinis' monumental work on mime in the twentieth century: Mimo e teatro nel Novecento (). Why a theatre laboratory? This book tries to answer these questions focusing on the experiences and theories, the visions and the techniques, the differences and similarities of European theatre laboratories in the twentieth century. Etienne Decroux and his Theatre Laboratory. Marco De Marinis. 14 Oct Hardback. US$ Add to.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Étienne Decroux (J in Paris, France – Ma in Boulogne-Billancourt, France) studied at Jacques Copeau's Ecole du Vieux-Colombier, where he saw the beginnings of what was to become his life's obsession–Corporeal his long career as a film and theatre actor, he created many pieces, using the human body as the primary. her book Cyborg Theatre (). Mobilizing the two major components of the cyborg— body and technology— Parker-Starbuck develops three categories of cyborg performance: abject, object, and subject, each of which might interrelate or oppose another in a given performance. Etienne Decroux and his Theatre Laboratory Marco de Marinis, Etienne Decroux and his Theatre Laboratory, translated by John Dean and Bianca Mastrominico, edited by Frank Camilleri, Icarus Publishing Enterprise and Routledge, , pp.   Etienne Decrouxis the primarycreator of Corporeal Mime and one of modern theatre’s most charismatic innovators, known for his ground-breaking use of the body as the principal means of expression on stage. This second edition combines: an overview of Decroux’s life and work.