Miss Scatcherd is hasty--you must take care not to offend her; Madame Pierrot
is not a bad sort of person.
With his face in a mask trimmed with long, thick lace, looking like a pierrot
in his white wrap, the viscount thought himself very ridiculous.
He gambolled in wildly and behind him twenty others perhaps, mostly Pierrots
and Pierrettes holding each other by the hand and winding in and out between the chairs and tables: eyes shining in the holes of cardboard faces, breasts panting; but all preserving a mysterious silence.
If she had ever flirted on the open beach with the baritone of the troupe of pierrots
, like Jane Oddy, she could have excused Arthur's attitude.
She who had been a broad-backed dray-horse, upon whose hind-quarters pierrots
might waltz, became a colt in a field.
NOT many amateur dramatic societies can claim a world premiere, but the latest theatrical offering from The Pierrot
Players promises just that.
The Red Pierrot
( Talicada nyseus), Common Jay ( Graphium doson), Common Baron ( Euthalia aconthea), Indian Tortoiseshell ( Aglais kaschmirensis), Conjoined Swift ( Pelopidas conjuncta) and Common Bluebottle ( Graphium sarpedon) are now, officially a part of the butterfly landscape of Delhi.
Ensembles: Chronicle and Catalogue, 1912-2012.
The subject of concert party immediately evokes the spectacle of the Pierrot
troupe entertaining young and old from a seaside pitch, or of the costume concert party performing at a Spa or Pier Pavilion, powerful images integral to the social and cultural history of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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Framed by the device of a Pierrot
show to introduce the action, it kicks off with some clumsy audience interaction and the first half drags.
But she obviously sees her Pierrot
the clownesque face as incredibly deep and arty.