Last Saturday, 100TPC invited mime
artists, poets and musicians to simultaneously celebrate '100 Thousand Mimes
for Change' in many cities worldwide, on stage or in the open air, to promote change and achieve peace.
11-44) lays the groundwork for this interpretation by analysing the presence of mime
and other popular theatre in the plot.
Mayor Carlos Ocariz turned to the mimes
to encourage civility among reckless drivers and careless pedestrians.
Endless grief falls upon Jonathan when he realizes that the bowler hat won't come off his head; the situation, which echoes Marceau's mime
adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's The Overcoat, sets the stage for surrealistic dream sequences that gave Marceau and his troupe of mimes
a chance to show the full extent of the narrative possibilities and theatrical effects of a physical-theatre-based dramaturgy he liked to call "mimo-drama."
That said, the mime
does intend to have a good time, saying he's bringing his wife and 2-year-old son out East to visit friends while in the general neighborhood.
In the first book of Mimes
(1576), Baif is still overwhelmed by the horror of the St.
You know the shtick--they'd paint their faces, bug their eyes out in fright upon seeing an imaginary saber-toothed cat, pretend to walk against the wind, imitate our facial expressions in innocent yet mocking ways--all that mime
This volume forms one panel of a diptych, of which the other is Jean Vignes's excellent edition of the Mimes
, enseignemens et proverbes, published in 1992.
I'd gladly pay pounds 75 to see Robbie Williams mime
for an hour and a half.
THE Big Brother housemates lost out on an ice-cream maker yesterday when they failed an impromptu mime
the events in a sentimental fashion, often putting on the glasses and puffing the pipe his father smoked.
One recent wintry day in downtown Manhattan, the high-ceilinged studio of photographer Tom Caravaglia was the site of the meeting of two renowned mimes
, Marcel Marceau