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2.1  Mime and drama
2.1  Mime and drama
2.1  Mime and drama
2.1  Mime and drama
2.1  Mime and drama
2.1  Mime and drama
2.1  Mime and drama
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  • 1. THE ART OF MIME AND DRAMA By Suma Fatima 10y
  • 2. WHAT IS MIME? A mime artist is a person who performs mime in a theatre, film etc. Mime is when you use your body movements without speech to communicate emotions and actions or to tell a story.
  • 3. HOW DID IT BEGIN & WHERE WAS IT ORIGINATED? Miming began with the cave man because they used to use sign language to communicate with others. It developed over the years.
  • 4. WHO IS THE BEST MIMICS? (Mime)
    • As mime began to go more and more popular over the years and the mimics started to grow, the best mimics are
    • Charles Spencer Chaplin -
    • Born in16 April 1889
    • Mr.. Bean is a British comedy -Rowan Atkinson as the title character.
    • Marcel Marceau - was a an other greatest mimics he as well was influenced by Charles Chaplin.
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  • 6. WHAT IS DRAMA
  • 7. DRAMA !! The word “drama” comes from a Greek term meaning a thing “Action”. Drama tells a story, by this it means of action and speech, giving the audience amusement and excitement. The two masks associated with drama represent the traditional generic division between comedy and tragedy. Sad & happy
  • 8. WHEN DID DRAMA BEGIN AND HOW IS IT RELATE IT TO MIMING
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