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         Mime Performing Arts:     more books (52)
  1. Mime time by Happy Jack Feder, 1985
  2. Apostles of Silence: The Modern French Mimes by Mira Felner, 1985-02
  3. The Last Days of Sardar Patel and the Mime Players by Vijay Tendulkar, 2001-03-05
  4. On Mime by Angna Enters, 1965-01-01
  5. From the Greek Mimes to Marcel Marceau and Beyond by Annette Bercut Lust, 2000-03-09
  6. Tornaszewskis Mime Theta by Andrzej Hausbrandt, 1975-06
  7. Exploring Mime by Mark Stolzenberg, 1983-11
  8. Kings of Comedy: The Slapstick, The Funny Trick, The Master of Mime, The Double Act, The Matter of Fact, and The Classic One-Line (The 21st Century Guides Series) by Johnny Acton, Paul Webb, 2006-03-28
  9. Bip in a Book by Marcel Marceau, Bruce Goldstone, 2001-09-15
  10. The Age and Stage of George L. Fox, 1825-1877 by Laurence Senelick, 1988-03-01
  11. Modern and Post-Modern Mime (Modern Dramatists) by Thomas Leabhart, 1988-12
  12. From the Greek Mimes to Marcel Marceau and Beyond: Mimes, Actors, Pierrots and Clowns: A Chronicle of the Many Visages of Mime in the Theatre by Annette Bercut Lust, 2002-12-28
  13. Marcel Marceau.(DEATHS)(Obituary): An article from: Dance Magazine by Wendy Perron, 2007-12-01
  14. A History of African American Theatre (Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama) by Errol G. Hill, James V. Hatch, 2006-01-16

41. French Culture Performing Arts Marcel Marceau Bio
in Charles Dullin s School of Dramatic Art in the Marceau s performance won him suchacclaim that he was unanimous that Marceau s career as a mime was firmly

42. French Culture | Performing Arts | Marcel Marceau US Tour Summer 2002
More Media Praise. the whitefaced mime is the 800/875-8682 or 727/797-7400. Mar4 at 8PM University of Florida performing arts Gainsville, FL Tel. 352/392-2787.
Performing Arts Marceau US Tour. Spring 2003
Marcel Marceau ConcludesFarewell Tour
U.S. Tour: March 2-April 16, 2003 Marcel Marceau , the world's most famous mime, returned to the United States during the spring of 2002 for what was billed as his Farewell Tour. Beloved since the 1950s for his creation of the clown Bip and for his innovative "mimodramas", Marceau continued to charm young and old alike. (For more information, go to Marcel Marceau Biography The San Francisco Chronicle bid adieu to the great mime with regret:: " Bittersweet and silent adieu: Retiring Marceau, 80, thrills fans in Marin
April 16, 2003
"It was billed as his farewell, and one can only hope he didn't mean it [...] [Marceau's] show was familiar yet surprising, perfect, a gift. Slender and spry, seemingly ageless but actually 80, androgynous, lovely and so very French, the world's greatest mime creates play without text, music out of silence. [...] Marceau [...] had everyone laughing, sighing and crying, cheering long and loud at the end. He created whole worlds with a tilt of an eyebrow or the stretch of an arm, with a glance or a smile. He displayed the essence of theater, the very soul of dance. [...]

43. Education Artists - Maine Arts Commission
Email, Status MaineArtistAccess artist Educational. performingarts performing arts Theater performing arts - Theater - mime. Julie Goell.
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You are here: Home Maine Artists and Organizations Education Artists
Maine Arts Events
Programs for Artists Public Art Programs About the Maine Arts Commission
Education Artists
Artists of all disciplines who are listed in the Educational directory have been juried by the Contemporary Artist Development committee and are recommended for use by the public as professional artists demonstrating high artist merit. In addition, these artists have demonstrated an interest and experience in working as artists in educational settings, and have passed a second review by the Arts in Education committee. Anyone wishing to apply for inclusion on the adjudicated directory should refer to the MaineArtistAccess program guidelines view a printer-friendly version download a complete list Showing listings 1-20 out of 55 sorted by Region Region Discipline Town Name
click on the artist or organization name for more details Susan Webster Region: Downeast Acadia Town: Deer Isle Telephone: 207/348-2434 Email: Status:
MaineArtistAccess artist
Visual Arts/Crafts - Painting
Doug Day
Region: Downeast Acadia Town: Swan's Island Telephone: 207/526-4443 Email: Status:
MaineArtistAccess artist
Performing Arts - Music - Barbershop Jay Skriletz Region: Downeast Acadia Town: Perry Telephone: 207/726-4670 Email:

44. Pioneer Clubs - A Christ-centered Kids Club Program
performing arts 1. Practice your performance. (choose two) mime (do both) mimeis a form of acting using no words or fancy costumes and few stage props.
PERFORMING ARTS To earn this award, complete and check off each requirement:
1. Practice your performance.
2. Showcase your talents.
1. Practice your performance. (choose two)
Mime (do both)
Mime is a form of acting using no words or fancy costumes and few stage props. Performers present a story using just actions and facial expressions.
  • Practice some mime techniques such as picking up an object, throwing a ball back and forth with a partner, walking a dog, or climbing a mountain. List the mime techniques you practiced. Do at least four different ones.
  • Choose one of these mime techniques, and perform it for an audience.
    I performed
    A skit is a short dramatized joke or situation, usually lasting only two to five minutes. Costumes and props are simple. Performers improvise on a basic idea rather than memorize lines from a script. Do one of the following skits, or create one of your own. Make a few simple costumes and props. Practice your skit a few times so you know what you’re supposed to do. Name of skit: Date performed:
  • “Fresh Fish For Sale Here Today” You will need: table, large paper or cardboard sign, large scissors
  • 45. San Francisco Performing Arts - Theater Companies
    The most prestigious names in American performing arts make Zellerbach Hall on theUC Berkeley campus their San Francisco mime Troupe Socially relevant satire.
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    San Francisco Theater companies: Subscriptions, Venues, performance calendars, and how to buy tickets.
    Recent Up a category How to Buy Cheap Tickets in San Francisco How to buy inexpensive theater tickets for many theaters on the day of the performance. Playbill San Francisco Bay Area Small Theater Get the latest information on small theater events and special offers. A Transylvanian in Silicon Valley - San Francisco Theater Review A Transylvanian in Silicon Valley is a highly recommended one man play by Silvian Centiu, playing at the Actors Theater in San Francisco. Actor's Theater A block from Union Square at 533 Sutter, the Actors theater opens it's 11th season with Dealer's Choice.

    46. CRG: Performing Arts
    brings live theater to all ages in the form of community performances, school assembly Currentprograms for preK-6 include The Art of mime , Puss in Boots
    Performing Arts American Pathways Grade Level: K-12 Contact: Russell J. Schallock
    2931 40th Ave. S.E.
    Albany, OR 97321
    Phone: 1-541-926-8722 Russell Schallock, sometimes known as "The Story Teller," has a deep desire to share the wonderful stories of our ancestors, through the age-old art of story telling. The program will put young and old alike on the edges of their chairs with a challenging array of stories to fill your specific time schedule. Creative Works Theatre Company and Entertainment Grade Level: K-12 Contact: Marian Scadden
    PO Box
    Dallas, OR 97338
    Phone: 503-999-1196 or 503-623-7868 Creative Works Theatre Co. and Entertainment brings live theater to all ages in the form of community performances, school assembly programs, original scripts, as well as classes, workshops and directed plays. Current programs for pre-K-6 include "The Art of Mime", "Puss in Boots" and "A to Zeus". Programs for 6 - adult include "The Boor", "The Talking Mime" and audience participation mystery theater. Information on all available programs and scripts can be found at:

    47. LINKS
    arts Books (UK) specialises in all the performing arts, from ballet and ballroomto contemporary dance, opera, mime, drama and musical theatre.
    Le Centre Du Silence Links
    The Daily Camera
    - One of the newspapers of Boulder, Colorado covering local news, current events and the extraordinary. Playspace Studio , directed by Alan Clay, was first established in Auckland, New Zealand in 1983, and re-established in Sydney, Australia, in 1998, where the studio has pioneered a very successful mix of circus and clown training. Alan also runs ArtMedia Nexus is the holistic health and natural lifestyles directory and bi-monthly magazine for Denver, Boulder and Colorado. Cafe-Philo Web - Presented by L'Association Philosophie par Tous.
    Cafe Philosophique International Website.
    See also " Welcome to Cafe-Salon Philosophique " in Le Center du silence website. Playspace is a Physical Theatre Studio, based in Newtown, Sydney, Australia Mark Olsen , movement specialist, performer, director,teacher, author and former student at LCDS invites visitors to view his website and enjoy the many surprises. HARALD SEIME - Jena/Thuringia (Germany) - A Theatre of blissful and contemplative disguise Pantomime /Art of Movement /Regie /Workshops/Forum for diskussion / Chat for fun /Pinboard for your performance dates. The World of Mime Theatre is devoted to the promotion of Mime as a serious theatrical art.

    48. Gateway Performance Productions performing arts Classic mime Illusions(school version) You Don t Say .
    What's New This Fall at The MASK Center
    a series of events
    All About MASKS
    at The MASK Center
    in Little Five Points
    View the Sandra L. Hughes Theatre Collection at the Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Institue at Ohio State University ... Buy Tickets to Upcoming Events G ateway Performance Productions
    creates and produces performing arts productions for touring to theatres, festivals, museums, libraries, colleges, universities, schools and other community sites. The company specializes in mask theatre and mime and offers cultural arts programs such as The Aztec Dances of Mexico, The Gateway (Irish) Mummers and The Flamenco Dance of Spain as well as related workshops, classes, residencies and exhibits. Recent touring venues include: The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in New York City, 7 Stages Theatre in Atlanta, Popejoy Center for the Arts in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Duncairn Complex in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Gateway dedicates a significant portion of its touring to educational performances, workshops and curriculum-based residencies. Residencies typically utilize drama and the visual arts to enrich the study of language arts and world cultures.

    49. Home Page
    arts performing arts A good place to find sites on circus arts, dance, festivals,mime, performance art, performers, publications, puppetry, stage combat
    PERFORMING ARTS Databases MLA International Bibliography Index Project Muse Contents Performing Arts : General Resources

    Theatre and Drama

    Performing Arts Centers, Companies, Organizations, Festivals and Events
    Links to Other Libraries
    Visits to this page since 6/25/01:
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    Compiled by : Jean Daubenas, Ph.D. Related Areas: Art and Architecture Communication Arts e-Books/e-Texts Music
    Performing Arts : General Resources Using the arts and humanities category page, one can search for dance, performance art, music and cinema. Under performance art are searchable sections on acting, actors, Broadway, college theatre, drama, performing arts, stagecraft and theatre. ArtsNet : Performing Arts Sites
    Carnegie Mellon Center for Arts Management and Technology's site links to others on the performing arts, including theatre, Broadway and musical theatre, dance and presenters. BUBL Link / 5:15 : Catalogue of Internet Resources
    Search the main subject menus or A-Z terms section for resources on the arts (includes "recreation and performing arts," under which are general resources, public performances, stage presentations and dance), drama, and theatre (dance, theatre guides, links studies and theatres). Sponsored by Andersonian Library, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland. Digital Librarian : Performing Arts: A Librarian's Choice of the Best of the Web
    A listing of web sites, many with brief annotations.

    50. Performing Art
    arts Books arts Books specialises in all the performing arts, from ballet andballroom to contemporary dance, opera, mime, drama and musical theatre.
    Performing Art
    See also:
    Table of Contents Auditoriums Centers Disciplines Education ... Theaters Auditoriums
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    • George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium
      • George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium hosts music, dance, and cultural events. This web site provides information about the events and the auditorium.
      • Indiana University Auditorium
        • Indiana University's Auditorium hosts many events. This site provides information about the events and the auditorium including seating and purchasing tickets.
        • McCain Auditorium
          • "McCain Auditorium is Kansas State University's chief performing arts space. A proscenium theatre erected 1967-1970."
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          • There is a large number of Performing Arts Centers online. The following list contains just a few. Yahoo provides a more complete listing.
          • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
            • "The Kennedy Center is a living memorial to President Kennedy as well as one of the nation's busiest performing arts facilities. For a quarter-century the Center has strived to fulfill his visionpresenting the greatest performers and performances from across America and around the world, supporting artists in the creation of new works, and serving the nation as a leader in arts education." Click anywhere on the opening logo to enter the Center's web site.
            • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
              • The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts site provides "information about events, festivals, tickets, and educational programs." Click anywhere on the opening logo to enter the Center's web site.

    51. Mime :: Physical Theatre Theatre Performing Arts Arts
    Training (10). arts/Performing_arts/Theatre/Physical_Theatre/MimeThis category in other languages German (10), Japanese (9). The
    accueil login recherche librairie ... articles liens rencontres services annuaire ... Physical Theatre Mime This category in other languages: German Japanese
    • The World of Mime Theatre - International mime theatre information, including a library, resources, performer contacts, and events calendar.
    • Etienne Decroux's Corporeal Mime - Information about, and links to, schools and workshops, companies, events, books, and video related to Decroux and the current theatrical work he and his Mime Corporel have influenced.
    • Flemish Mime Federation - Umbrella organization in Belgium's Flanders region comprising a festival and mime center. In English, Dutch, and French.
    • Mime Journal - Annually published book-sized journal focused on Etienne Decroux and Corporeal Mime, with editions on mime-related subjects such as history, modern development, and related theatre arts.
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    52. Lazy Student - The UK's Most Comprehensive Student Website
    treat for all ballet fans, see the newest addition, Ballet in mime. Hits 22 Date 12-Jun-2002 Category Lazy University performing arts Lazy Student s

    53. A&L Performing Arts News Release - 2000-2001 Season
    For 40 years, the San Francisco mime Troupe has been performing, with dialogue UCSBArts Lectures has presented the San Francisco mime Troupe six times
    August 29, 2000
    Contact: Susan Gwynne
    San Francisco Mime Troupe in City for Sale!
    A musical political satire
    about the crisis of unaffordable housing Summary Facts:
    • San Francisco Mime Troupe in City for Sale!
    • Not silent mime!
    • Tony Award-winning political theater company performs its latest comedy
    • Set to original rock music performed live on stage
    • Thursday, October 5
    • 8 p.m. / UCSB Campbell Hall
    • Students: $12/$14/$16. General: $14/$17/$20.
    San Francisco Mime Troupe performs its latest hilarious comedy about an urgent issue of the day: this time, the current crisis of unaffordable housing. In City for Sale! on Thursday, October 5 at 8 p.m. in UCSB Campbell Hall, City for Sale! is performed to an original musical score, performed live on stage, that ranges from rock music parodies to corridos, gospel and samba. It is written by Mime Troupe veteran Joan Holden and her daughter/co-author Kate Chumley. In City for Sale!, a populist mayor elected on a platform of saving the city for its inhabitants is seduced by corporate plans to redevelop a neighborhood, which would result in the area becoming unaffordable for most of its eclectic, long-standing residents. Three musicians, an auto-body shop owner and a sculptor/mechanic/gardener, among others, are being ousted from their suddenly-chic homes to make way for Yuppie commuters to the Silicon Valley. When the residents make a vocal case against the changes, the mayor must contend with her social activist history and conscience. The

    54. Course Descriptions For Performing Arts
    s for performing arts. Fundamental (Level B). 0881166 Sign mime Creative Movement* Focuses on the dominant historical form of expression......Course
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    for Performing Arts
    Fundamental (Level B)
    Focuses on the dominant historical form of expression used by theaters of the Deaf. Topics include principles for effective use of space, creative movement strategies, and expression of original ideas in sign-mime. This course satisfies the Deaf Studies requirement. (ACT arts/literature reading score 1-4 or permission of instructor) 0881-167 Dance Performance
    0881-168 Jazz
    Intermediate (Level C)

    Examines theater from its early origins in primitive societies to contemporary types of theater and issues in dramatic presentation. The role of theater in society and in a variety of cultures is examined with particular attention to the role of Deaf performers, directors and play creators in specific historical periods. (ACT arts/literature reading score 5-7 or permission of instructor)
    Examines the Deaf experience in theater, and the roles that Deaf people have played in theater history. Particular attention is given to the documented achievements of individuals and companies in the 19th and 20th centuries. This course satisfies the Deaf Studies requirement. (ACT arts/literature reading score 5-7 or permission of instructor; 0881-202 or 0882-221)
    0881-217 Stage Combat
    Explores fundamentals of stage combat vocabulary historically, analytically and physically. Focus is on physical scene work related to hand-to-hand combat, and stage fencing. Falls, tumbling, punches, kicks, and the eight basic positions for single rapier engagement are included. A final scene is created from classroom vocabulary and evaluated as part of the final exam. This course fulfills physical education requirements. (ACT arts/literature reading score 5-7 or permission of instructor)

    55. Japan Foundation Performing Arts Exchange Programs
    GenrePantomime The group will perform in Greece where mime (mimos) was about theTroy War, using the actions from Japanese traditional performing arts such as
    Japan Foundation Performing Arts Exchange Programs August 2003 Performance In Fiscal Year 2003
    Performances Abroad Support Program [ Korea ]
    Detailed Concert Information:

    Number of the member: 11 (including 9 performers) Performance Schedules : 03.08.15-03.09.10 (5 performances)
    Korea (Seoul) Theater
    (suburb of Wonju) Hooyongri Performing Art Center
    Information: Monochrome Circus
    Tel: 075-213-0509
    Fax: 075-213-0509
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    Performances Abroad Support Program [ Korea, China, Singapore, Malaysia ] Detailed Concert Information: Genre:Music Number of the member: 9 Performance Schedules :03.08.22-03.09.01(7 performances) Korea (Pusan) Pusan Cultural Center (Seoul) Seoul Arts Center China (Beijing) Beijing Century Theater (Shanghai) Shanghai Grand Theater Singapore (Singapore) Esplanedo Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) Dewan Civic Philharmonic Hall Information:Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra Tel: 03-5353-9521 Fax: 03-5353-9523 Top of this page Performances Abroad Support Program [ Vietnam ] Takigi-Noh in Vietnam for the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Vietnam Detailed Concert Information: Genre:

    56. Japan Foundation Performing Arts Exchange Programs
    to the Japanese audience in order to promote understanding to their countriesand cultural exchanges in the field of the performingart. mime DRAMA THE
    The Japan Foundation provides two types of financial aid, one for performances abroad and one for performances inside Japan in order to promote international cultural exchanges in the field of the performing arts.
    The Performances Abroad Support Program is aimed to promote international cultural exchanges which could enhance the mutual understanding between Japan and the rest of the world and the cooperation through the performing arts, as well as the introduction of Japanese dramas, music, dance and ethnic entertainment to a world-wide audience. On the other hand, Invitational Performances in Japan Support Program introduces the dramas, music, dance and ethnic entertainment of international performers to the Japanese audience in order to promote understanding to their countries and cultural exchanges in the field of the performing-art.
    Performances Abroad Support Program:
    SHUKAKUSAI (Harvest Festival) '03~SHUN KA SHU TOU~

    Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra Asia Tour '03

    "Takigi-Noh" in Vietnam

    57. Bill Bowers - Faculty - Department Of Music And Performing Arts Professions
    Bill Bowers Actor, mime. Adjunct Instructor. Department of Music andPerforming arts Professions New York University 35 W. Fourth St.
    Bill Bowers Actor, Mime Adjunct Instructor BA—Rocky Mountain College
    MFA—Rutgers University
    Honorary PhD in the Arts—Rocky Mountain College Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
    New York University
    35 W. Fourth St. Suite 777
    New York, NY 10012
    TEL: 212-998-5424
    FAX: 212-995-4043
    As an actor and mime, Bill Bowers has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. He appeared on Broadway as Zazu in The Lion King and Leggett in The Scarlet Pimpernel. His acclaimed original mime shows, ‘Night Sweetheart, ‘Night Buttercup and Under a Montana Moon were produced Off Broadway and received critical raves. Bill has performed on the stages of Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, and the Kennedy Center.
    His regional theater credits include The Denver Center Theater, Cincinnati Playhouse, George Street Playhouse, Montana Rep, PaperMill Playhouse, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Repertory of St. Louis, and the Pioneer Theater Company. Most recently Bill played the title role in George M at Broadway in the Rockies, and starred in Fully Committed in Nashville at Tennessee Repertory Theater. He is presently developing a new solo play, My Life in Tights, (or Why am I a Mime?) Bill can be seen in the feature film, Two Weeks Notice, starring Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant. His television credits include All My Children, One Life to Live, Remember W.E.N.N., Law and Order, and Disney’s Out of the Box. While on Broadway, he was featured on The RosieO’Donnell Show, The Today Show, and The Tony Awards.

    58. - Australia - New - Library - Art & Humanities - Performing Arts - Circ
    A great resource for Australia New - Library - Art Humanities -performing arts - Circus, Magic, mime Puppetry. Find the web s

    59. Directory - Arts Performing Arts Theatre Physical Theatre Mime
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