With a single, fluid step, he brought the staff whistling through the air in both hands, and then released one hand to pantomime a short jab.
Rocky needed a bath and that is a real pantomime as he HATES being washed.
Last month, about 80 children, aged between eight and 11, auditioned for the Christmas pantomime , all hoping to tread the boards alongside the cast.
With his silent pantomime and human special effect stature, the performance borders on the right side of genius.
the drive to town was a pantomime
In carnival, the Commedia dell'Arte, the pantomime , and slapstick we find a modern expression of the trickster impulse.
An example of a test for apraxia is to ask the patient to pantomime the use of a common object such as a hammer or a toothbrush.
On stage he has played character roles in Ray Cooney farces, pantomime , Noel Coward comedies and serious drama.
The room is now illuminated only by the television that paints its own confused pantomime on the walls.
He attacks Royal Ascot for being an absurdity and a pantomime .