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Mimes Investigate Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot”

Mimes Investigate Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot”

March 21, 2018

By Ryan Di Corpo The Lord Chamberlain condemned its language. Sir John Gielgud labeled it “a load of old rubbish.” Norman Mailer referred to its disciples as “intellectual snobs of undue ambition.” Kenneth Ty...

Mimes’ “Godspell” Overcomes Evil With Love

Mimes’ “Godspell” Overcomes Evil With Love

October 18, 2017

By Catherine Rabus Collins Auditorium resounded joyfully this weekend with songs of love from the Mimes and Mummers’ playful yet profound production of “Godspell.” The flower child musical, with music and ly...

‘Shape of Things’ is a Bold Mimes Production

April 13, 2013

By JOHN BONAZZO THEATER CRITIC The second half of Fordham’s theater season gets off to an exciting start with the Mimes and Mummers’ production of Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things, an incisively visceral story told with bold staging and great actors. The play tells the story of Adam, a college student moonlighting as a museum guard who meets Evelyn as she is about to deface a piece of art. Despite this inauspicious beginn...

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