Mime involves acting without words. It is usually a silent drama with a heavy reliance on the actor’s use of gesture and facial expression. The story is conveyed via body movement and simple props. Historically, mime was a part of ancient Greek and Roman entertainment. In the 20th Century famous actors such as Marcel Marceau, Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin perfected this form in the movies and on stage.
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