Pantomime - 2022 - Saturday School
“Making the World Smile Again - MIME TROUPE” also to continue to receive creative opportunities during the 2022 school year. Updates and details on staff/school participation” www.abackpackjournalist.com
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Out Mini Mime Troupe performs and we have fun! WE wear our bowler hat, stripe shirts and white gl
Pantomime Fun - for children K - 6th grade. Inspired by the comedy of Charlie Chaplin films, with slapstick fun and storytelling by movements, to music. We include classic stories to read and "mime" plus children encouraged to create their own. Boys and Girls are encouraged to join in.
This session includes an outcome:: telling the story of the weather (and sharing with Dave Williams at Channel 4 - ABC), playgrounds, trees and butterflies, Pirates off our coast, and performing at Sandpiper Cottages. Also, our Mime Troupe is in the Charleston Christmas Parade and the Mt. Pleasant Christmas Light Parade.
To reserve a place please visit out SHOP -Saturday Mime - Sept-Dec 2022
Meeting - Saturday - 10 am to 11 am - see dates below
RL Jones Center - 391 Egypt Road. Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
(exit on Long Point Road off I526 from N Charleston, SC
or - Whipple road to Long Point Road, Turn right to Egypt Road)
Saturdays: September 10, 17
October 1, 8, 15, 29. Dave Williams - Channel 5 - October 7th afterschool
Performance - Halloween weekend
December 3, 10
We create short videos throughout and post then on our social media and VIMEO
To view - https://vimeo.com/abpj2020
. “Our educational goals reside within the art of European Pantomime as fully explored by Charlie Chaplin in his 50 plus years of contribution to the Silent Film Era from 1920 until his death in 1977. Chaplin’s talent and his creation of THE TRAMP provide us with a wide berth of fun to explore and encourage all camp attendees to engage with comedy. We truly believe this summer all deserve fun, gags included. All students may join in to write a script, perform and participate in the creation of a silent film: Making the World Smile Again!”. Linda Dennis, Director and Producer for A Backpack Journalist, Charleston & Mt. Pleasant, SC.
Advisor to this program is Toni Bowers, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, a Chaplin Scholar. Bowers offers a college based class: Cinema Studies, the films of Charles Chaplin. Bowers is to speak in Charleston, once safe travel assumes.
Teaching in Charleston, during the four weeks is Hester Kamin, an award-winning director, choreographer, writer, and arts educator. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (Phi Beta Kappa) and of the Jacques Lecoq International School of Theatre in Paris. Hester has led professional development courses in movement, devised theatre, and arts integrated curriculum for two decades and has served as a guest artist at The College of New Jersey, Florida Repertory Theatre, and Chicago Dramatists.
“Making the World Smile Again - MINI MIME TROUPE”
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It is not time for all of us to laugh and smile again?