Towards a theory of mime / Alexander Iliev ; Translated by Milena Dabova ; Edited by Michael M. Chemers.Material type: TextLanguage: English Original language: Bulgarian Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2014Description: xv, 284 pages illISBN:
- 792.3 23
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This book was originally published as volumes 1 and 2 (of 4) of Obshta teorii͡a i praktika na pantominata (Sofia, Sonita & Phosphorus: 1993-97)
"Towards a Theory of Mime is a genuinely unique book about non-verbal communication and performance. Combining a broad global history of the evolution of human communication with an introduction to the general practice of mime, Alexander Iliev traces a lineage from Marceau and Barrault to his own distinguished practice as performer and teacher. The book moves from a fascinating description of the first principles of gestural language to a stunning sequence of specific exercises in practical training. Written in a sometimes poetic, always accessible and often humorous style, Towards a Theory of Mime conveys complex ideas in a strikingly accessible way"-- Provided by publisher.
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