Sheila Kerrigan performs her show, The Scientific Mime, or, What’s Up With Gravity? for children in grades 2-5. Science and Mime?! Once you’ve seen a mime struggling against invisible forces like gravity, pulls, and inertia, they become as real as concrete. After you’ve repeated sound and motion gestures for key vocabulary with the mime, you won’t forget what they mean. Audience interaction, and belly laughs, included.
She teaches workshops on mime, juggling, movement for actors, creating original performance, and collaboration. She teaches teachers and artists how and why to integrate the arts with non-arts curricular content. Author of The Performer’s Guide to the Collaborative Process, she guides young people, including youth at risk, in collaborative creative processes to devise original performances about issues important to them. Formerly a fellow with the A+ Schools Program, she is the president of the Southeast Center for Arts Integration and a member of Alternate ROOTS. She has taught Community-Based Performance at Duke. A member of TOUCH Mime Theater for 17 years, and director for Jelly Educational Theater for 4 years, she has performed and/or taught in 22 states.
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