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brings you an extensive catalogue of titles about
Mime, Pantomime, and related subjects.

For more information about any of these books, click on its title. If you would like to examine a book before purchasing your own copy, or if a title you desire is out of print and a copy cannot be found, you are encouraged to visit your local public and university libraries.

* Please note: for the purpose of this listing, "pantomime" is used as synonymous with "mime," and does not refer to the genre known as "English Pantomime" or "Panto."  While titles on this genre are not included in this list, many are available at Amazon.co.uk: Panto / Pantomime.

GENERAL READING
* History of Mime * Instructional * Profiles of Prominent Artists * Discussion of the Art
MIME and OTHER DISCIPLINES
Mime as a part of:
* Spoken Acting * Commedia dell'Arte
* Dance * Ministry * Other Disciplines
RELATED to MIME and PANTOMIME
Related arts, performers, and for children
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MIME AND OTHER DISCIPLINES


ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER: A WORKBOOK FOR ACTORS
by Bari Rolfe

Actions Speak Louder is directed to actors and teachers of acting who may or may not have any specialized movement skills but who want to add a larger component of meaningful movement to their acting or teaching techniques.  It is also directed to mimes who teach actors.  Read More >>

THE ACTOR AND HIS DOUBLE: MIME AND MOVEMENT FOR THE THEATRE OF CRUELTY
by Mark V. Rose

THE ARTICULATE BODY: THE PHYSICAL TRAINING OF THE ACTOR
by Anne Dennis

Bringing the Body to the Stage and Screen: Expressive Movement for Performers by Annette Lust

BRINGING THE BODY TO THE STAGE AND SCREEN: EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT FOR PERFORMERS
by Annette Lust
As stage and screen artists explore new means to enhance their craft, a new wave of interest in expressive movement and physical improvisation has developed. And in order to bring authenticity and believability to a character, it has become increasingly vital for actors to be aware of movement and physical acting.  Read More >>

COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE: AN ACTOR'S HANDBOOK
by John Rudlin

An entertaining and highly illuminating account of Commedia's origins as a popular theatrical form, plus a practical and timely step-by-step guide to using commedia techniques in performance.  Read More >>

CREATING A CHARACTER: A PHYSICAL APPROACH TO ACTING
by Moni Yakim, with Muriel Broadman; Foreword by Stella Adler

THE EXPRESSIVE BODY: PHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION FOR THE ACTOR
by David Alberts
From the author of the best-selling Talking About Mime comes a practical handbook for the actor on physical expression and movement. The Expressive Body looks at intentional and unintentional movement and gesture as they inform characterization, and how those factors can be used by the actor to enhance performance.  Read More >>

FROM MIME TO SIGN
by Gilbert C. Eastman

HERODAS: THE MIMES AND FRAGMENTS (CLASSIC COMMENTARY)
by Walter Headlam, A.D. Knox (Editor)

HERODAS: THE MIMES AND FRAGMENTS (GREEK TEXTS AND COMMENTARIES)
by A.D. Knox (Editor)

THE ITALIAN COMEDY
by Pierre-Louis Duchartre

  HOW TO MIME
by C. Ross MacKenzie

JACQUES COPEAU'S VIEUX COLOMBIER (Mime Journal 1980)
[the editors of Mime Journal]

MIME: A MOVEMENT TECHNIQUE FOR THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED
by Maravene S. Loeschke

MIME AND IMPROVISATION
by Patricia Hammond, Alison Muir

MIME IN BALLET
by Beryl Morina

MIME MINISTRY
by Susan K. Toomey, Susie Kelly Toomey
The first complete guidebook on Christian mime by Susie Kelly Toomey. The silent art of pantomime can speak volumes! Akin to the power of stained glass windows, choral music and ritual, a beautiful mime performance can touch deep and hidden places during Christian worship.  Read More >>

MOVEMENT AND MEANING: CREATIVITY AND INTERPRETATION IN BALLET AND MIME
by Anya Peterson Royce

THE ROMAN THEATRE AND ITS AUDIENCE
by Richard C. Beacham

Includes a large quantity of information on Mime and Pantomime at this time in history.

THE WELL-TEMPERED BODY: EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT FOR ACTORS, IMPROVISERS, AND PERFORMANCE ARTISTS
by Dr. David Petersen

Wake up your body with this unique program of solo, pair-work and ensemble exercises, inspired by the writings of the great directors from Stanislavsky onwards. Delve into the physical side of characterization with Laban, and learn practical ways of organizing rehearsals and movement improvisations. Read More >>

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