“Water” by Eric Wilcox and Noe Zavala. This wonderful choreography was originally created by my good friend, mime artist and founder of the SF BuffoonsEric Wilcox as a duet at ‘The Goldston/Johnson School for Mimes’ at Gambier, Ohio in 1989. It is a beautiful study of mime moment. When Eric moved to San Francisco we developed ‘Water’ using four performers for my movement theater company ‘PointFix’ at our performance at  “Project Theater Artuad ” with stunting images by Robert Horning and multimedia by Michael Schole and Larry Ackerman.

Performers  are Eric Wilcox, Rodger Dillahunty , Bryan Welsh and Hogan Van Do.

Music by Jerry Goodman.

3 thoughts on ““Water”

  1. Admittedly I’m the first one to poke fun at the mere mention of a mime, but this has completely changed my mind! I never realized its true application to other forms of performance before. This is really quite beautiful!

  2. I guess my image of a tortured soul in white face trying to make their way out of an imaginary box is antiquated. The movement and timing is wonderful.

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