The Typewriter (1/3) Miming - Facial Expression
Acting - Miming and Facial Expression • 25m
Learn the basic skills and techniques of mime where you can shape any object using your body. John shows you how to tell a story through a mimed performance, enhanced by the music 'The Typewriter' by composer Leroy Anderson, which features an actual typewriter as a percussion instrument - time to create your own invisible typewriter scene!
About John Pritchard:
John is a writer, artist and teacher and has been teaching at Stagecoach for 4 years. He started his career producing and directing a Five Star production of ENDGAME by Samuel Beckett, followed by the play Bright Ideas which he wrote, and Games and After Liverpool which went on to tour at Underbelly, Pleasance, Shelley and Tristan Bates theatres.
John’s writing has been performed at 2Fit in London, Paines Plough and The Trestle Theatre. Along with the wonderful members of his Stagecoach Drama Troupe, John has twice won the Lewis Davis prize at the Welwyn Theatre Festival for his plays ‘The Entire History of the World. Kinda’ and ‘Hiroshima’. When not working in Theatre, John can be found performing stand up comedy or painting fine art in his studio.
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