The Moving Body
Jacques Lecoq Jean-Gabriel Carasso Jean-Claude Lallias Simon McBurney
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Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM By Jacques Lecoq Jean-Gabriel Carasso Jean-Claude Lallias Simon McBurney

Until his death in 1999, Jacques Lecoq taught indefatigably at the International Mime and Theatre school he founded in 1956 Here, for the first time in English, and in Lecoq s own words, are his philosophy and his teaching methods probably the greatest influence on world theatre over the last thirty years In chapters entitled Personal Journey, The World and its MovemenUntil his death in 1999, Jacques Lecoq taught indefatigably at the International Mime and Theatre school he founded in 1956 Here, for the first time in English, and in Lecoq s own words, are his philosophy and his teaching methods probably the greatest influence on world theatre over the last thirty years In chapters entitled Personal Journey, The World and its Movements, The Road to Creativity, New Perspectives, Lecoq sets out his unique architecture of the body in space and explains his most famous techniques such as neutral mask, acrobatics, bouffons and the grotesque and play, and discusses the actor s approach to situation, character, environment, emotion, physical and vocal preparation and of course movement In life I want students to be alive, and on the stage I want them to be artists Jacques Lecoq
  • Title: The Moving Body
  • Author: Jacques Lecoq Jean-Gabriel Carasso Jean-Claude Lallias Simon McBurney
  • ISBN: 9780413771940
  • Page: 190
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Nick Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM
The great French actor Jacques Lecoq describes his 2-year program for actors and some of the philosophy behind it. What interested Lecoq was finding the drama in movement and gesture. He distinguished between mechanical and meaningful gesture, and of course was in favor of the latter. He said that meaningful gesture could indicate (like pointing something out), it could take action (like trying to stop somebody from entering a room) or it could represent attitude (a head bowed in grief). These i [...]
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J.F. Ramirez Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM
I've been watching a lot of 8 1/2, and I keep on thinking of this book, Proust, Fitzgerald, House of Leaves and just get this feeling that this stuff works together or is related or something like that.The first time that I saw Fellini's 8 1/2 my mind immediately raced back to this book and to its focus on a total body way of making, or in this case expressing, art. 8 1/2 had that same feeling that lingered around it's edges, in its dark places, and in its jests. It was a total experience, somet [...]
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MK Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM
You're getting Lecoq talking about his philospophy of stage movement. It's not a textbook or exercise book but a grounding in the elements of the Lecoq method. A must read if you're interested in his school of thought.
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Noj Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM
This review or comment is not about this book,is about what´s inside this book Lecoq was already extraordinary on what he had already created,his style and technique I believe is something that many of us are hoping will last until at least the end of our time but on top of that he left a legacy in writing, his teachings.Thank you Jacq,there are not enough words to thank you for what you have left us. . .
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Emily Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM
It's great to get the word straight from the horse's mouth. It's not the most engaging writing in the world but it is cool to get a sense of what he was really about. The resource of exercises he used over the years makes it all worthwhile. After years of hearing his ideas second (or third or fourth hand) it seemed important to know what he really meant to say.
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Héctor Toledo Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM
Buen libro. Le falta ser un poco más minucioso en la descripción de ejercicios y argumentar un poco más sólidamente las bases de sus teorías (es decir, no limitarse a decir lo que hace, sino por qué hace eso y busca eso). Si uno tiene ya una cierta base teórica y conoce un poco este tipo de teatro, es productivo. Si no, quizá sea mejor empezar por otro autor.
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Kenzie Boonstra Sep 23, 2019 - 13:11 PM
I was told that I was too young to understand this book, but I took my time and really dove into this book and it is truly amazing. I hope to get my own copy soon and read it again and leave notes for myself. This is why I love theatre.
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The Moving Body By Jacques Lecoq Jean-Gabriel Carasso Jean-Claude Lallias Simon McBurney Until his death in 1999, Jacques Lecoq taught indefatigably at the International Mime and Theatre school he founded in 1956 Here, for the first time in English, and in Lecoq s own words, are his philosophy and his teaching methods probably the greatest influence on world theatre over the last thirty years In chapters entitled Personal Journey, The World and its MovemenUntil his death in 1999, Jacques Lecoq taught indefatigably at the International Mime and Theatre school he founded in 1956 Here, for the first time in English, and in Lecoq s own words, are his philosophy and his teaching methods probably the greatest influence on world theatre over the last thirty years In chapters entitled Personal Journey, The World and its Movements, The Road to Creativity, New Perspectives, Lecoq sets out his unique architecture of the body in space and explains his most famous techniques such as neutral mask, acrobatics, bouffons and the grotesque and play, and discusses the actor s approach to situation, character, environment, emotion, physical and vocal preparation and of course movement In life I want students to be alive, and on the stage I want them to be artists Jacques Lecoq

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