Intro. to Mime
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Intro. to Mime
Students learn mime skills and the importance of being clear with that skill.
Intro. to Mime
Description
Mime Technique

The actor/pupil needs to be totally aware of their body (energy and focus) in order to be able to go to a movement or gesture. The actor through mime technique will discover what muscles will support them, learn body balance, isolations and precise movement. The actor/pupil will learn the world of illusion and not rely on props and text.
Requirement
  • Clothes to move in and space.
Time commitment
  • 3 Classes
Once a week 3-Time Course
1 hour Class Duration
10 Kids Maximum Class Size
Ages 7-14 Age Range
USD 38.25 Total Price Per Learner (USD)

Teacher
Ardyth first trained with mime artist Adrian Pecknold at The Manitoba Theatre School in Winnipeg and then received a scholarship with The Manitoba Theatre Centre to further her studies with Mime Unlimited School of Physical Theatre (Jacque Le Coq, Principal Ron East) in Toronto (graduate), plus other masters of Mime, Corporeal Mime, Commedia Dell' Arte, Clown, Bouffon, Movement Studies. Slap Stick, Stage Combat, Mask and Comedy. Ardyth holds a B.A in Theatre Studies from the University of Winnipeg and a graduate with Second City Conservatory. Ardyth has toured throughout North America with Mime Unlimited, Theatre Beyond Words and many other professional companies. Ardyth performs, writes and directs under her Physically Speaking Company. Ardyth since 1987 has regularly performed Classic Mime , Charlie Chaplin, “Beth Hickadilly” (a medieval character) at festivals,corporate events and many more venues. When Ardyth is not performing, she is busy teaching as an arts educator in physical theatre, plus workshops all over Canada and Internationally.
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