Theatre about: Learning to appreciate others who are different; Clarifying values and achieving goals; Body language and gestural communication.

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Trent Arterberry – “So You Think You Can Mime?”

BOCES ID

1682

For

K-2, 3-5, Middle school, High school

Categories

Storytelling, Theatre, Career Direction

Curriculum

ELA, The Arts

Costs

$695

Dates Available

February 2019

Other dates available, please contact me for my schedule.

Program Theme

Body language and gestural communication; clarifying values and achieving goals.

Program Description

“So You Think You Can Mime” (K-6): In short episodes as Roboman, a pilot and a puppet named Mr. Bigg, Arterberry fascinates his young audience and teaches them about facial expression, gesture, and body language. In a hilarious finale, six volunteers from the audience compete to be crowned “best-mime-of-the-day.”

“My Impractical Life” (6-12): Funny and thought-provoking, this show of mime and monologue tells the story of how Trent chose a career in the arts. Following terrain familiar to any teenager, Arterberry overcomes parental expectations, peer pressure, and technological distraction as he ultimately learns to follow his heart.

Phone

1 (888) 642-2788

Address

1357 Martock Rd
Sooke, BC  V9Z 1B1
CANADA

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