A burst of childish laughter greets my blunder, and the pantomime begins all over again.
This could be the pantomime of mining, farming, or hiking.
The music hall and pantomime stages regularly saw men in the most absurd drag playing decidedly outsized characters.
She also starred as a rather saucy, updated version of Princess Jasmine in a pantomime version of Alladin and stretched her boundaries by appearing in the children's miniseries, Wavelength.
But one should bear in mind that traditional British pantomime generally includes mild innuendo.
Next, have each student pantomime that activity, allowing the rest of the class to guess what it is they hope to do over the summer.
Donnie renewed his pantomime request for Edith to try on the dress.
In their war dances, which were only rehearsals, they disguised themselves as animals, and the pantomime was a mimic hunt.
(4) Worship was everywhere dramatic. Only here and there among the higher tribes were bloody sacrifices in vogue, and prayers were in pantomime.
music hall singers went on to star in pantomime.
Like the Captain Hook of pantomime, Irving brought about his own nemesis.
The village pantomime is also a great addition to the celebrations; there is some amazing talent out there.
This year's family pantomime will be PETER PAN (16th Dec 15th Jan ).
This is exactly the sort of brilliant pastiche that fits very well into pantomime.
Her successor will inherit the title of Pantomime Professor of Theology and a glitzy pair of red shoes which were left.
The script calls for a pantomime villain, a shadow that occasionally becomes solid.
His is a difficult part to play without lapsing into pantomime villainy, which Piggott-Smith certainly did not.
wannabe gangsters, pantomime rockers and The Rasmus, but Reading still rocked.
As regards other compositions, the early unpublished works include a symphony, a cantata, some incidental music to a pantomime, and several overtures, four of which have recently been discovered and produced.
His first appearance on the stage was made in March 1741, incognito, as harlequin at Goodman's Fields, Yates, who was ill, having allowed him to take his place during a few scenes of the pantomime entitled Harlequin Student, or The Fall of Pantomime with the Restoration of the Drama.
This was forbidden by Pope Pelagius I.; but in the Greek church the custom survives, the priest even stabbing with " the holy spear " in its right side the human figure planned out of the bread, by way of rehearsing in pantomime the narrative of John xix.
The dame is crucial to pantomime 's slapstick humor.
I found it one of the funnier pieces of slapstick in this pantomime.
Von Rothbart appears, like a pantomime Demon King, from a trapdoor in the center of the stage.
This last Christmas pantomime of the millenium was nothing if not an unmitigated triumph.
The time they are aiming to beat as camella, the pantomime camel, is 4 hours 36 mins.
Dear Editor We would like to publicly congratulate the members of the Junior Pantomime Chorus.
Protesters, including a pantomime cow, handed out warning leaflets to shoppers.
A pantomime dame played by a woman: is nothing sacred?
The crowd may have had to endure downpours, wannabe gangsters, pantomime rockers and The Rasmus, but Reading still rocked.
It was the Italian harlequinade, however, that first created a recognizable form of pantomime.
Further rumors of indecent obsessions with pantomime horses have yet to be corroborated.
History of pantomime It is generally acknowledged that British pantomime is modeled on the early masques of the Elizabethan and Stuart times.
As the characters unite to try to perform a pantomime, the action becomes manic.
He has recently written a pantomime for the local players.
I have been forced to watch this pantomime, whilst I gather my forces.
The theater also produces a highly successful pantomime that brings festive entertainment to thousands of families each year.
Last year's production of Cinderella broke all box office records with over 21,500 people enjoying the pantomime.
Treasure Island panto Thank you to everyone who came to see the pantomime ' Treasure Island ' in the Village Hall in December.
It's a family show with all the magic of a traditional pantomime.
ThereÃ¢s something of the pantomime clown about him with his fake Italian accent (does anyone know why he does this?
The lengths to which some people will go to avoid the annual pantomime... !
Find out the answers to all these silly questions - in York Theater Royal's spectacular new pantomime, Sleeping Beauty.
The two golden rules of writing an English pantomime 1.
The UK's most successful pantomime of 2001/02 Babes in the Wood at the Kings Theater in Glasgow starring Elaine C Smith.
The Edwardian Lyceum theater, which today still hosts many top shows and the annual and very popular pantomime, was refurbished in 1911.
pantomime dame roles.
pantomime villain, a shadow that occasionally becomes solid.
pantomime clown about him with his fake Italian accent (does anyone know why he does this?
pantomime camel, is 4 hours 36 mins.
pantomime cow, handed out warning leaflets to shoppers.
pimp costumes in for the New Year's Big Brother Pantomime 2004/2005.
slapstick in this pantomime.
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