Item description for Mime Time by Happy Jack Feder & Marc Vargas...
Overview Provides pantomimes for one and two performers, and discusses props, staging, and make-up
Publishers Description Forty-five complete mime routines for performers of all ages, adaptable to audiences of different types. This book may be used as a class text or a library resource. In addition to the wide variety of routines are technique suggestions and ideas about makeup, props, staging, where and when to perform, and teamwork Routines for solo and ensemble presentation.
Citations And Professional Reviews Mime Time by Happy Jack Feder & Marc Vargas has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
School Library Journal - 06/01/1993 page 148
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Studio: Meriwether Publishing Ltd.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.57" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 1992
Publisher Meriwether Publishing
ISBN 0916260739 ISBN13 9780916260736
Availability 68 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 11:55.
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More About Happy Jack Feder & Marc Vargas
Happy Jack Feder is an accomplished mime and clown. He lives and works in Missoula, Montana.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mime Time?
I am a mime Aug 20, 2007
It is better to invent your own routines, there is no technique, no history of mime, not much of value.
mime time Oct 25, 2006
This book is ok. It has alot of routines, but not much help on how to teach mime.
Learn by Doing Apr 4, 2000
This is the mime book for someone who learns by seeing and doing. Through 45 detailed scripts, the future mime learns the vocabulary and scope of the art. From a child eating ice cream to a sports fan, the reader sees examples of mime in the mind's eye. There is almost no theory in this book, just good, practical scripts for one, two, or more actors.