INDEX
Bold type indicates illustrations.
a
actor training:
Western tradition 25-33 , 36 ;
see also pedagogy;
physical training
anti-intellectualism 55-7
architecture 5 , 23 , 90-1
Arden, Annabel 97
Artaud, Antonin 10 , 107
Association Travail et Culture (TEC) 8
audience see spectators
auto-cours50 , 59 , 60-1 , 97
avant-garde theatre 34 , 36 , 107 , 122
Awakening, The147

b
balance/off-balance 61 , 132-4 , 136 , 143
Barba, Eugenio 4 , 161
Barrault, Jean-Louis 8 , 9 , 28 , 161-2
Baudrillard, Jean 37-8
Belekian, Krikor 87 , 91
biomechanics 166
body, the 5-6 , 33 , 34 , 70 , 73 , 75-7 , 135 ;
in society 36-40 ;
see also physical theatre
body-based theatre see physical theatre
body-mind relationship 9 , 26 , 27 , 57 , 70 , 86 , 104 , 164
Bossard, Andres 110 , 112 , 114 , 120
bouffons53 , 65 , 85
Bradby, David 9 , 33 , 45 , 54 , 56-7
Brecht, Bertolt 6 , 26 , 28
Brook, Peter 4 , 92 , 162

c
cabotinage31
Carasso, Jean-Gabriel 46 , 58
celebrants see complicité
Central, Le 17 , 18
Chaikin, Joseph 6 , 162
Chamberlain, Franc 35 , 46 , 95-6
Chancerel, Léon 10 , 162
character masks see masks
Chekhov, Michael 6 , 54 , 163

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