Broaden Your Mime, Again (Workshop)
Nola Rae12 Jan 12.00pm
We will explore the art of doing one thing at a time and the quality of movement and articulation necessary to make a performer's intentions clear. Choreography of comedy with and without music and rhythm exercises, so important to comedy, will also be part of this class.
This is for enthusiastic professionals or amateurs, who want to know more about what makes visual theatre tick and who are not afraid to move.
Wear practice clothes and bring one juggling ball.
One of Europe’s most celebrated theatre-clowns, Nola Rae was born in Sydney, emigrating to London in 1963. She trained at the Royal Ballet School and with Marcel Marceau and it was at Nola’s instigation that the first Mime Festival took place in 1977 at The Cockpit Theatre. Nola was awarded an MBE in the 2008 New Year’s Honours list for services to Drama and Mime.
Part of the London International Mime Festival 2019.
When: Sat 12 - Sun 13 Jan (Sat 12 noon–6pm, Sun 2pm–6pm)
Cost: £85 (£75 conc.)