French vs. PolishFrench vs. Polish
The Pantomime D’FranceThe Pantomime D’France
The Fundamentals ofThe Fundamentals of
French PantomimeFrench Pantomime
 The 5 sections of the body…The 5 sections of the...
Marcel MarceauMarcel Marceau
 http://MarcelMarceau.comhttp://MarcelMarceau.com
 Performing atPerforming at http://www.yo...
Irek KrosneyIrek Krosney
 http://http://www.artegemini.comwww.artegemini.com
 Performing atPerforming at http://www.yout...
Your PresentationYour Presentation
1.1. Observe performances by Marcel Marceau and IrekObserve performances by Marcel Marc...
Standards MetStandards Met
 Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Content Standards:Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Con...
Standards MetStandards Met
 Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Content Standards:Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Con...
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The Pantomime Difference

  1. 1. French vs. PolishFrench vs. Polish The Pantomime D’FranceThe Pantomime D’France
  2. 2. The Fundamentals ofThe Fundamentals of French PantomimeFrench Pantomime  The 5 sections of the body…The 5 sections of the body… 1.1. HeadHead 2.2. NeckNeck 3.3. ChestChest 4.4. WaistWaist 5.5. PelvisPelvis  The Fundamentals:The Fundamentals:  InclinationsInclinations  RotationsRotations  TranstationsTranstations
  3. 3. Marcel MarceauMarcel Marceau  http://MarcelMarceau.comhttp://MarcelMarceau.com  Performing atPerforming at http://www.youtube.com/watch?http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_lF0XMCssG0v=_lF0XMCssG0
  4. 4. Irek KrosneyIrek Krosney  http://http://www.artegemini.comwww.artegemini.com  Performing atPerforming at http://www.youtube.com/watch?http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=FocMjCItS3Av=FocMjCItS3A
  5. 5. Your PresentationYour Presentation 1.1. Observe performances by Marcel Marceau and IrekObserve performances by Marcel Marceau and Irek Krosney on the above YouTube pages.Krosney on the above YouTube pages. 2.2. Note the differences in style, both physical and in story-Note the differences in style, both physical and in story- telling.telling. 3.3. In an electronic presentation (PPT, Video, Audio, etc.),In an electronic presentation (PPT, Video, Audio, etc.), compare and contrast the differences seen in thecompare and contrast the differences seen in the performance styles:performance styles:  What aspects of the French Fundamentals of Mime are intact inWhat aspects of the French Fundamentals of Mime are intact in the Polish style?the Polish style?  What are different?What are different?  Why do you think these differences exist?Why do you think these differences exist?  How can you reflect these differences through yourHow can you reflect these differences through your presentation?presentation?
  6. 6. Standards MetStandards Met  Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Content Standards:Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Content Standards:  3.0 Historical and Cultural Context3.0 Historical and Cultural Context  Understanding the Historical Contributions and Cultural DimensionsUnderstanding the Historical Contributions and Cultural Dimensions of Theatre. Students analyze the role and development of theatre,of Theatre. Students analyze the role and development of theatre, film/video, and electronic media in past and present culturesfilm/video, and electronic media in past and present cultures throughout the world, noting diversity as it relates to theatre.throughout the world, noting diversity as it relates to theatre.  3.4 Compare and contrast specific styles and forms of world theatre.3.4 Compare and contrast specific styles and forms of world theatre. For example, differentiate between Elizabethan comedy andFor example, differentiate between Elizabethan comedy and Restoration farce.Restoration farce.  National Educational Technology StandardsNational Educational Technology Standards::  2. Communication and Collaboration2. Communication and Collaboration  Students use digital media and environments to communicate andStudents use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individualwork collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others.learning and contribute to the learning of others.  2b. Students communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple2b. Students communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.audiences using a variety of media and formats.
  7. 7. Standards MetStandards Met  Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Content Standards:Visual and Performing Arts: Theatre Content Standards:  3.0 Historical and Cultural Context3.0 Historical and Cultural Context  Understanding the Historical Contributions and Cultural DimensionsUnderstanding the Historical Contributions and Cultural Dimensions of Theatre. Students analyze the role and development of theatre,of Theatre. Students analyze the role and development of theatre, film/video, and electronic media in past and present culturesfilm/video, and electronic media in past and present cultures throughout the world, noting diversity as it relates to theatre.throughout the world, noting diversity as it relates to theatre.  3.4 Compare and contrast specific styles and forms of world theatre.3.4 Compare and contrast specific styles and forms of world theatre. For example, differentiate between Elizabethan comedy andFor example, differentiate between Elizabethan comedy and Restoration farce.Restoration farce.  National Educational Technology StandardsNational Educational Technology Standards::  2. Communication and Collaboration2. Communication and Collaboration  Students use digital media and environments to communicate andStudents use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individualwork collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others.learning and contribute to the learning of others.  2b. Students communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple2b. Students communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.audiences using a variety of media and formats.

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