Free Reading The Moving Body (le Corps Poetique): Teaching Creative Theatre (Performance Books)Author Jacques Lecoq – Bilb-weil.de

In Life I Want Students To Be Alive And On Stage I Want Them To Be Artists Jacques Lecoq Jacques Lecoq Was One Of The Most Inspirational Theatre Teachers Of Our Age The International Theatre School He Founded In Paris Remains An Unrivalled Centre For The Art Of Physical Theatre In The Moving Body, Lecoq Shares His Unique Philosophy Of Performance, Improvisation, Masks, Movement And Gesture Which Together Form One Of The Greatest Influences On Contemporary Theatre Neutral Mask, Character Mask, And Counter Masks, Bouffons, Acrobatics And Commedia, Clowns And Complicity All The Famous Lecoq Techniques Are Covered Here Techniques That Have Made Their Way Into The Work Of Former Collaborators And Students Inluding Dario Fo, Julie Taymor, Ariane Mnouchkine, Yasmina Reza And Theatre De Complicite This Paperback Edition Contains A Foreword By Simon McBurney, Artistic Director Of Complicite And An Afterword By Fay Lecoq, Director Of The International Theatre School In Paris


5 thoughts on “The Moving Body (le Corps Poetique): Teaching Creative Theatre (Performance Books)

  1. Some Guy Some Guy says:

    Superb text Worked out of this book, page by page with 10 college theatre students Highly recommend it for academic use and for personal reading Very solid text helpful in gaining a strong foundation in movement theatre that is rapidly overtaking the mainstream Many of LeCoq s ideas are visible everywhere in the NY theatre Pig Iron Theatre Company is a great example of a group of LeCoq trained performers, and is also a resource for learning , if you are in the Philly New York area.


  2. Daniel Calegari Daniel Calegari says:

    A little bit confusing


  3. Adam Weiner Adam Weiner says:

    I have to agree with the other reviews so far This is a great book on the theatre There are so many out there that just spew out the same tired stuff in a slightly new package Lecoq is the real deal It has a place on my favorites bookshelf, where I go when I need inspiration Lots of great exercises Lots of great ideas.


  4. Dominique Sweeney Dominique Sweeney says:

    This is the last account by Jacques Lecoq of a pedagogy he developed using theatre but taking in creative experience generally inspired by nature This is his story a wise way to approach drama.


  5. ActorsWorld ActorsWorld says:

    One of the best books you can read A must read to understand the human body and how to use it.