Session Mime Classes
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I will be teaching Session Mime Classes for 11 weeks on Tuesdays nights starting September 2 until November 11.
Class starts at 7:30 pm till 9:00 pm
As promised, pricing for our session enrollments offers you our very best rates.
Session Mime Classes: $176 ($16/class)
If you would like to attend please sign in at Circus Center circuscenter.org
Make this part of your training program.This is a fun and active class, which serves as a foundation for developing a physical presence both on stage and in life. The body, minus spoken language, is a powerful way to communicate thought and emotion. Students become fully expressive with their bodies, taught in the style and traditions of Marcel Marceau and Etienne Decroux.
|This is a fun and active class, which serves as a foundation for developing a physical presence both on stage and in life.
· To be fully in their bodies, through centering and breathing techniques.
· Control of each part of the body, through articulation and isolation, using inclinations and rotations.
· Movement techniques that create constructions in space, including imaginary objects, to tell a story clearly, simply and well.
· How to build multiple and physically differentiated characters.
|“I would like to recommend Noe: I am writing to recommend the work and projects of Noe Zavala. Through my association with him in my American Seminars and through the Goldston & Johnson School for Mimes where he serves on faculty, I have come to know him to be a dedicated artist who performs with an individual force and integrity. He is a dedicated teacher with a unique sensitivity who holds love and respect for our art.His artistry and vision for the art of mime is worthy of support and should be seen by a wide public. His work continues to serve as a strong force in securing the art of mime within the grand tradition of the Theatre.”
Sincerely, Marcel Marceau