Modern and Post-Modern Mime
This series aims to introduce the reader to major 19th and 20th century dramatists, movements and new forms of drama throughout the world. This study examines the contributions of Etienne Decroux, Jean-Louis Barrault, Marcel Marceau and Jacques Lecoq to the development of mime.
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