Die Kunst der Stille - Marcel Marceaus Geheimnis

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Die Kunst der Stille - Marcel Marceaus Geheimnis

Die Kunst der Stille - Marcel Marceaus Geheimnis

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He referred to mime as the "art of silence", performing professionally worldwide for more than 60 years.

In 1978, Marceau established his school, École Internationale de Mimodrame de Paris, Marcel Marceau (International School of Mimodrame of Paris, Marcel Marceau). In 1995, pop megastar Michael Jackson, who had been friends with Marceau for nearly 20 years, planned a concert together with him for HBO, but the concert was canceled after Jackson was hospitalized for exhaustion during rehearsals. With his facial expressions and few gestures, he expressed more hope, joy or pain than so many Greek drama.

He later appeared to overwhelming acclaim for extended engagements at such legendary American theaters as The Ford's Theatre in Washington, D. In his documentary, director Maurizius Staerkle Drux senses the legacy of this century artist and weaves exclusive archival material with a personal, contemporary look. After his opening engagement at the Phoenix Theater in New York, which received rave reviews, he moved to the larger Barrymore Theater to accommodate the public demand. Marceau accepted the honor and responsibilities of serving as Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Second World Assembly on Aging, which took place in Madrid, Spain, in April 2002. which Marceau long used as an accompaniment for an elegant mime routine) was played, as was the sarabande of Bach's Cello Suite No.

In November 1998, President Jacques Chirac made Marceau a grand officer of the Ordre national du Mérite.Marceau was an elected member of the Academy of Fine Arts Berlin, the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, the Académie des Beaux-Arts of the Institut de France. In 1982, Le Troisième Œil, ( The Third Eye), his collection of ten original lithographs, was published in Paris with an accompanying text by Marceau. Bip's misadventures with everything from butterflies to lions, from ships and trains to dancehalls and restaurants, were limitless.



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