mimes vs. clowns
Posted in the Entertainment Forum
#1 Nov 15, 2012
A mime is a performance artist who uses silenced body motions to simulate and emulate verbally spoken words and communicate ideas with body language.
A clown is a stage performer who uses make-up, costumes, and rhythmic behaviors to stir up either humorous or inspirational emotions such as wonder and awe.
Both mimes and clowns entertain the human curiosity about body language, but mimes are more elegant and reflect the mystical value of sensitization Hollywood (USA) movies such as "The Shadow" (1994).
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