You have found the home of the amazing theatrical mime artistry of 35 year veteran mime choreographer and director, Rick Wamer. Rick Wamer began exploring physical theatre with clown theater in the mid 70's, and continued to study mime with Gregg Goldston, C. Nicholas Johnson, Marcel Marceau and Stefan Niedzialkowski. Co-founder of several mime companies including The Mime Company, Invisible People Mime Theatre, The C.A.P. Theater and most recently Theatrical Mime Theatre, international audiences have been enjoying Rick's versatile brand of comedic, lyric, and contagious blend of physicality, story, character, monologue, ensemble, multi-media, mask theater around the globe. (or U.S.A., Canada, Beliz, Trinidad and Tobago, China, Macedonia, Serbia, and Israel - North America, Central America and the West Indies, Asia, Europe and the Middle East) Compared to Charlie Chaplin, applauded by Marcel Marceau, Rick continues to evolve his artistry from solo to large ensemble work collaborating with live musicians such as Grammy nominee, jazz pianist, Enrique Feldman, having successfully played with Art.if.Act Dance Theater, Odaiko Sonora, the Windsor Community Orchestra, and his ongoing teaching and directing at Theatrical Mime Theatre, the School for Mime Theatre at Kenyon College, as a guest artist internationally, and as Gravity Project faculty member at Juniata College. Recipient of several awards, winning best performance at international festivals, referenced in From the Greek Mimes to Marcel Marceau and Beyond: Mimes, Actors, Pierrots and Clowns: A Chronicle of the Many Visages of Mime in the Theatre by Anne Lust and Innovate the Pixar Way: Business Lessons from the World's Most Creative Corporate Playground by Bill Capodagli, Rick remains a vital, creative force on the American Mime Scene.
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