Sheila Kerrigan, The Mime Who Talks!
Sheila Kerrigan performs her new show, The Scientific Mime, or, What’s Up With Gravity? for children in grades 2-5, and Mime Explains String Theory! for adults. She teaches workshops on mime, juggling, movement for actors, creating original performance, and collaboration. She conducts educational
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Communicate! Collaborate! Create! Mime!
The NCSCoS Speaking and Listening thread requires students to collaborate with partners and small groups. How do we teach the skills involved in communication, speaking and listening, collaboration, giving and taking, leading and following, seeing and responding? Through Mime!
In this residency, (either in class or online) students learn to move safely and responsibly in the classroom or at home.... View more
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August, 2020 through June 2022
Students need space to move in–desks can be moved or we can work in an open space, or outdoors or in their homes. In classrooms, Sheila needs a place where she can post some chart paper, on the wall, some space on the board, and a little table space to hold her stuff. Online, she must have access to the school’s online platforms. Students must be able to access the internet with a decent connection. Sheila may need technical help, depending on the platforms in use.
Your school or your students at home or outdoors
$1,700 per week for a residency involving up to 5 classes per day in school, 5 days per week. 3 classes per day online.
CCR Anchor Standard SL.1 – Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. CCR Anchor Standard RL.7 – Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.
Theatre Arts Standards: Grades K- 8 C.1. Use movement, voice, and writing to communicate ideas and feelings. 3.C.1.1 Use non-verbal expression to communicate elements of characterization, including age and physicality. 4-5.C.1.1 Use a variety of postures, gaits, and mannerisms to express a variety of characters in the presentations of stories. 6.C.1.1 Use movement and acting skills to express a variety of emotions to an audience. 7.C.1.1 Use physical movement and acting skills to express a variety of characters to an audience. K.C.2.1 Use dramatic play to improvise stories and situations. 1.C.2.1 Use improvisation to communicate activities in a variety of situations. 3.C.2.1 Use improvisation to present a variety of simple stories or situations. 4.C.2.1 Use improvisation to tell stories and express ideas. 5.C.2.2 Use improvisation to create characters and solve problems. 6.C.2.1 Use improvisation and acting skills to role play various scenarios and given situations. 7.C.2.1 Use acting skills, such as observation, concentration, and characterization, to perform original scenes. Healthful Living-PE Grade K-5.PR.4.2 Use cooperation and communication skills to achieve common goals. Grade 6-7.PR.4.2 Use well-developed cooperation skills to accomplish group goals in both cooperative and competitive situations.
“THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! Your residency was as awesome as I knew it would be. You’ve given us such a good foundation that we can continue to build on and use.”
–Joseph Appleton, former lead Kindergarten teacher, Sandy Ridge Elementary, Durham, NC
If a residency is cancelled due to acts of God, illness, accident, or other circumstances out of our control, we will work to reschedule on a mutually-agreed-upon date. Cancellation by a school of a contracted residency will represent breach of contract, and school will pay damages of 50% of the agreed-upon fee. Cancellation less than 30 days before the contracted date will result in full payment of the agreed-upon fee on the contracted date. If I am unable to fulfill this contract, I will notify you no later than 10 days prior to the date of the contracted services.