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Liddell, Henry George and Robert Scott. παντόμιμος, A Greek–English Lexicon, Perseus Digital Library, accessed 16 November 2013 Christopher, David (2002). "British Culture: An Introduction", p. 74, Routledge; and "It's Behind You", The Economist, 20 December 2014 Usual role is to help (traditionally silly) hero defeat (much more intelligent) villain. Often has a role in the resolution of the plot

Every Day I Love You Less and Less by the Kaiser Chiefs. Makes a hilarious duet for a Baddie and the Principal Girl – although the lyrics need a little adjustment! One of the wonderful things about pantomime is that it brings all the generations together. So here are a mix of great songs which should keep everyone in your audience happy! Contents Google Travel". www.google.com . Retrieved 2022-07-11. See also "Erth Abu Dhabi". Theatre By Erth . Retrieved 2022-07-11. It’s worth saying this character is usually male, but increasingly we’re seeing female comic characters across the seasons. I think this is a really exciting development. The campaign for better representation of female comedians on TV and Radio has made huge in-roads against the incorrect belief held by some that women are less funny than men. Female pantomime comics are an exciting way to counter that myth in an exciting way.Pantomime began as a development of the Commedia dell'Arte or Harlequinade, in which the characters from that tradition were used as a Universal-Adaptor Cast to parody well-known stories. Victorian pantomimes often included a climactic "Transformation Scene", in which the characters were transformed into their Harlequinade analogues. This became increasingly perfunctory and was eventually abandoned as the pure Harlequinade died out and the characters became less recognisable to younger audience members. Shake a Tail Feather from the Blues Brothers. Introduce with “…Let’s dance!” and it’s a brilliant celebratory song.

Pantomime encourages its audience to be as loud as possible, and it’s normal to shout out at the stage throughout the show. Common examples of audience participation include: Everybody (Needs Somebody) from The Blues Brothers. Brilliant to use at the end, when all the lovers have found each other and a happy ending is assured. The year 1843 saw one of the most important developments in the evolution of Pantomime: the actors were allowed to use spoken words! Up to that point the performers were miming to the music and needed a special dispensation from the Lord Chamberlain to speak. '100 Seconds to Midnight' @ The Alma ★ ★ ★★ ★ ‘What Wonder’ @ The Winston Theatre ★ ★ ★ School’s Out by “one of our dear little girls, Alice Cooper.” Splendidly ludicrous at the end of a School Room scene. Lipton, Martina. "Localism and Modern British Pantomime", A World of Popular Entertainments, Gillian Arrighi and Victor Emeljanow (eds.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2012) ISBN 1443838047 p. 56.His (it is usually a man) role is to thwart the hero in his or her quest. Whilst being thoroughly evil at the same time. Like many major cities in the UK, Bristol is no stranger to the pantomime scene. The iconic Bristol Hippodrome is showing ‘Snow White’ this year, starring the panto veteran Andy Ford, acclaimed actress Lesley Joseph and the criminal barrister and TV personality, Robert Rinder. In 1993, there was a production of Cinderella at the UCLA Freud Theatre, starring Zsa Zsa Gabor. [91] Since 2004, People's Light and Theatre Company, in Malvern, Pennsylvania, has been presenting an annual Christmas pantomime season. [92] Stages Repertory Theatre in Houston, Texas, has been performing original pantomime-style musicals during the Christmas holidays since 2008. [93] Lythgoe Family Productions has produced Christmas pantomimes since 2010 in California. [94] See also [ edit ] If you have never seen a pantomime before, the experience may seem a bit strange and at odds with usual theatre etiquette. Audiences are encouraged to shout out and verbally interact with characters and two of its main features are cheeky jokes and innuendo. They are also very well known for star casting; most pantomime casts include comedians, light entertainment stars and soap opera actors to get audiences even more excited about watching their local panto each year. Pantomime Meaning

Audience participation, including calls of "He's behind you!" (or "Look behind you!"), and "Oh, yes it is!" and "Oh, no it isn't!" The audience is always encouraged to hiss or jeer at the villain and "awwwww" the poor victims, such as the rejected dame, who is usually enamoured with one of the male characters. [54]Explaining a pantomime to anyone who hasn’t experienced one is always entertaining. Where do you start? With the crazy characters, the jokes and routines, the innuendo, the spectacle… the list is endless! Today I’m focussing on the characters, with a low-down of lots of pantomime characters you commonly find in productions both amateur and professional. How many different pantomime characters are there? The last time that I saw John in the role of Wishee Washy must have been 5 years ago in Llandudno and I have to say that his return to the stage is certainly one that I’ve been eager for, John’s comic timing and stage presence is something that has been greatly missed over the years, his return has certainly brought the crowds in. Grimaldi. It was at this point that performances started to be based around European fairy tales and children’s stories, a tradition that remains to this day. Panto scripts can easily be amended to include cheeky references to current affairs or pop culture. Whether it’s a joke about politics, celebrities or the inclusion of the year’s biggest pop song, panto always has its eye on the news and isn’t afraid to raise an eyebrow in that direction! Innuendo and Adult Humour

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