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  1. Pantomimes 101

    Pantomimes 101

    By James W. Gousseff.

    Product Code: P13000

    In this book, Gousseff describes how to produce a pantomime and provides 101 pantomimes for production. This is the definitive work on the subject and it includes an introduction to the art of pantomime and to some of its most notable practitioners, a large and exciting collection of pantomimes for production and, finally, an exploration of the actual processes of pantomiming. Learn More
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  2. Playing Period Plays

    Playing Period Plays

    By Lyn Oxenford.

    Product Code: P66000

    In Playing Period Plays, Lyn Oxenford former professor at Guildhall School of Music & Drama, presents aspects of producing and acting period plays. Acting and mime exercises are included. Suggestions are given for practical presentation and for adaptation of the material for pageant and arena work. Learn More
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  3. Puppet Heroes from Around the World

    Puppet Heroes from Around the World

    By Joann Spencer Siegrist and Pat Hale.

    Product Code: PD5000

    Puppetry from other times and places offers so many opportunities to bring our young people cross-cultural awareness, links to the curriculum, and the fun and rewards of performing in new ways. This book brings you the resources to do just that. Each chapter gives you a verbal snapshot of the culture from which the puppet heroes and heroines arose, a description of the puppeteers, the puppets and the stage, a scenario from which a play can be developed, suggestions for other resources, and "Links to Learning"—ways in which making and performing with these puppet heroes will help you reach curricular goals. Learn More
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