Theatre about: Learning to appreciate others who are different; Clarifying values and achieving goals; Body language and gestural communication.


Trent Arterberry – “So You Think You Can Mime?”




K-2, 3-5, Middle school, High school


Storytelling, Theatre, Career Direction


ELA, The Arts



Dates Available

February 2019

Other dates available, please contact me for my schedule.

Program Theme

Body language and gestural communication; clarifying values and achieving goals.

Program Description

“So You Think You Can Mime” (K-6): In short episodes as Roboman, a pilot and a puppet named Mr. Bigg, Arterberry fascinates his young audience and teaches them about facial expression, gesture, and body language. In a hilarious finale, six volunteers from the audience compete to be crowned “best-mime-of-the-day.”

“My Impractical Life” (6-12): Funny and thought-provoking, this show of mime and monologue tells the story of how Trent chose a career in the arts. Following terrain familiar to any teenager, Arterberry overcomes parental expectations, peer pressure, and technological distraction as he ultimately learns to follow his heart.


1 (888) 642-2788


1357 Martock Rd
Sooke, BC  V9Z 1B1

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