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The Voyage of Eustace

Two years ago I had a conversation with friend and CS Lewis scholar “C.S. Lazo.”—I’m reminded of this conversation as I have recently had the privilege of fellowshipping with friends from the C.S. Lewis Foundation (Lazo among them), which has … Continue reading

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Another Mime Tale

Sometimes doing street work someone casts a little hate on you. It happens a lot when you mime in the United States. (I’ve heard all kinds of derogatory comments from “Mime’s suck!” to “All mimes should be shot!”) I suppose … Continue reading

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Reinventing the Mime-Wheel

When I moved to England after four years of contemporary dance, I couldn’t quite bring myself to revert back to my “old ways” of miming. The black stripes of the American stereotype were a little tiresome, and, forgive the pun, … Continue reading

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