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Mime, the technique of silence

Richmond Shepard

Mime, the technique of silence

an illustrated workbook

by Richmond Shepard

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Published by Drama Book Specialists in New York .
Written in English


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Statementillustrated by E.M. Louise Sandoval.
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Open LibraryOL18944541M


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Richmond Shepard, one of America's foremost practitioners and proponents of the art of mime, died in Manhattan July 2 at age The Technique of Silence,” a book considered an Author: Chris Willman. Marcel Marceau was born Marcel Mangel, 22 March – 22 September ) was a French actor and mime most famous for his stage persona as "Bip the Clown".

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I was a student of the legendary French mime masters Marcel Marceau and his teacher Etienne Decroux. In this performance lecture I explore the metaphors of mime technique and show rare film clips of the masters performing and teaching, bringing to life the essence what Marceau called “the eloquent art of silence.”.

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With detailed, step-by-step instructions of basic to advanced mime illusions, this&#;book addresses the key areas of physicality, including when to move and when not to move, making the invisible "visible," and the fundamental principles of physical articulation. Additional topics Pages:.

The mime must be able to miniaturize space and time. He condenses an eternity in gesture. Because silence is the foundation of mime, the artist is challenged to invent new ways to symbolize and communicate ancient truths.

For this reason, this art centers around universal situations. When a mime treats war, he does not say which war.France’s most famous mime, Marcel Marceau, was the cultural ambassador of the, “art of silence”, reviving the art of mime after WWII. Famous for his silent portrayals of everyday life, Marceau mastered comedy through the simplest form of expression and rapidly became the world’s most beloved : Diana Vernon.15 Claude Kipnis, The Mime Book (New York, ), pp.

16 Richmond Shepard, Mime: the Technique of Silence (New York, ), p. 3. 17 My use of the word "virtual" is based on Langer's description of the dominant image of each art form. For her description of virtual space, see Feeling and Form, pp.