Product Description of Marcel Marceau Speaks First issued by Caedmon Records in 1971, this conversation on mime, recorded by Marcel Marceau and the American writer William Fifield, is an in-depth look at Marceau’s art. In this recording, Marcel Marceau traces the history of mime and discusses his own role in its renewed popularity.
Book Description of Bip in a Book by Marcel Marceau Marcel Marceau‘s genius for the art of silence has astonished and delighted audiences of all ages for more than 50 years.Bip is Marceau’s beloved alter ego, a hapless clown with unlimited curiosity and compassion. Since his debut in 1947, Bip has bravely explored every imaginable […]
After working for two years as a professional ballerina, Nola Rae realized she would never be a great dancer. Wanting to apply her ballet technique, and not interested in speaking on stage, she turned to mime and studied with Marcel Marceau. In 1976, after a season with the Bristol Old Vic Company, she started her […]