Video: Funniest take on interpretative dance

| July 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Lego mimes

Photo by Paul Hudson via Flickr.

Being able to act is a central skill for all aspiring and professional dancers (although not all dancers get it quite right – see this Swan Lake review for a recent example). But with no speaking allowed, dancers have to rely on mime to convey their messages.

The hilarious master of mime

So let me introduce you to the brilliant David Armand, who has combined mime, ‘interpretative dance’ and comedy to bring you this…

Yes, I know, one’s just not nearly enough, so here’s our next favourite ‘dance’ to Britney Spears. “Oh baby, baby… How was I supposed to know… that something wasn’t right here.”

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Hi, I'm Robynn, and I'm a student of the potential of the body, the marvels of the mind, and the beauty of it all combined in ballet. As the editor, BodyMindBallet is where I get to learn, to share and to enjoy this wide world of dance - and with every day I gain an ever richer respect for the athleticism of dance and the skill of performance artistry.

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