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Books by R. Trivia About A History of Pant No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back. In contrast to pantomime skills which evolved from dance and circus related acrobatics which is recognizable in the early silent films, there seems to be a deficiency of pantomime as an independent modern art form.

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Most pantomime is presently seen presented within other forms of theatre rather than as an art to itself. Many clowns use elements of pantomime rather than presenting themselves strictly as a mime. Dance interpretation of music has also long been regarded by some as a form of pantomime. Some contended that this Roman dance form managed to survive through the middle-ages but this is often disputed due to a lack of evidence. Different forms of theater have tended to justify their legitimacy by claiming to be based on such older traditions which might suggest a motive to such questionable claims.

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Hundreds which spread throughout Europe, England and the world but particularly established itself in Paris. Specific characters including Pagliaccio or Pedrolino known as Pierrot in English or Arlecchino Harlequin were the set stars of these productions.

The term pantomime is closely associated with the general ability to communicate beyond the barriers of language or class. With this in mind, many performing troups travelling from England performed throughout Europe from around the year without needing to learn the local languages.

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Throughout Europe dance companies performed these musically rich pantomimes which tended towards multiple set and costume changes. In Paris, such pantomime shows were limited to the fairground theaters and were exclusively without spoken text due to fears of financial competition to the normal theater. In the Loosening the rules of the high society performances which mandated narrow corsets for opera singers or certain poses or regulated lines from the tragic actors was seen as a new unlimited freedom, truth and naturalness which pantomimes helped to put in the dustbin of history.

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In his writing Ideas for a Mimic Johann Jacob Engel brought together many of the ideas of his times. Pantomime Quotations. Welcome to the Magical World of Pantomime. Once upon a Time Pantomime Story Lines. And the other Pantomimes what are they? Great British Dames Past and Present.