The Mime

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THE MIME

by Jean Dorey and Essays by Etienne Decroux, Jean-Louis Barrault and Marcel Marceau Translated from the French by Robert Speller, Jr., & Pierre de Fontnouvelle

Robert Speller & Sons, Publishers, Inc. Now York 36

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The Mime
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • To the Artisans of the Mime vii
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Prefatory Note xv
  • Evolution of the Mime xvi
  • Jean Dorcy xviii
  • Is the Advent of the Mime Timely? xx
  • The Decline Of Plastic Acting 1
  • The Ecole Du Vieux-Colombier 6
  • The Comédiens-Routiers 15
  • The Compagnie Des Quinze (1930 1932) 17
  • Jean Dasté 19
  • Gilles and Julien 23
  • Proscenium 27
  • The Mime 32
  • Etienne Decroux 42
  • Jean-Louis Barrault 52
  • Marcel Marceau 58
  • Summary - The Work of Étienne Decroux Outside France 75
  • For Better And For Worse 77
  • The Tragic Mime 89
  • The Poetic Halo 101
  • Notes 107
  • Index 115
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