Saturday, May 22, 2010

The Secret of Theatrical Success

"The secret of theatrical success is this: you must set a decoy at the door so that part of your audience can amuse themselves there while the rest are inside. Shakespeare, Molière, and the profound Chaplin know this well."
--Jean Cocteau, preface to Les mariés de la Tour Eiffel


Nath0113anaelDrumm said...
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Dr.J said...

And his friend the spanish painter Pablo Picasso sail: "I don´t search, I just find" (even his friends agree he wasn´t a modest chap. Your admirers from Japan (or is it China?) seem to have something to say. Dr.J