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Are you looking for a pantomime show for your event?
Great entertainment. Wordless and powerful.
Pablo Zibes tells stories from life and brings things to life. With his pantomime performance, he opens a door to the world of great emotions and funny surprises – always understandable, crossing language barriers and cultural boundaries.
The Argentine artist develops his pantomime shows individually and thematically for each specific occasion. Different events require different artistic concepts, whether it’s a company celebration, congress, product show, city festival, film production, and more.
Pablo’s wealth of experience guarantees a professional implementation of his concepts. He has worked as a pantomime in various European countries and his homeland, Argentina, for many years.
His artistic work focuses on walk-acts and product presentations. He can be seen at festivals, fairs, congresses, company celebrations, and city festivals. Pablo has already received several awards and accolades for his work.
Discover the world of pantomime with Pablo Zibes – unforgettable entertainment that transcends language barriers and cultures.
Every event requires different artistic concepts:
Whether it’s a company celebration, an exhibition hall, or a city festival. For this purpose, Pablo offers you an individual and theme-related pantomime show or a suitable character as a “walking-act”.
Our Shows Walking-Act
Entertainment at the highest level for your event! Benefit from the extensive experience of the mime artist. Individual advice for your event is a matter of course. Commissioned work, walking acts, living doll, pantomime, performance
Trade fairs, congresses, company celebrations, product shows, TV/film, city festivals, festivals, shopping centers…
About the art ofmime
Questions posed to pantomime Pablo Zibes from Stuttgart about the art of pantomime and walk-about acts
The beginning as a pantomime. | How and why did you decide to become a pantomime?
The first international experiences as a pantomime | How did it come to this first tour as a pantomime?
My first performance as a street pantomime was a challenge of bravery. I still remember how nervous I was in those days on the streets of Madrid. It was carnival time and I said to myself; “the people are satisfied and besides many are themselves in costumes. This is the ideal opportunity for my first attempts as a pantomime in the street.” On this evening, I painted my face and went on the street. Unfortunately, the routines I had rehearsed did not work well in such a situation so I began to improvise and adapt my performance. And it worked!
And so it happened. I went on to travel through different countries in Europe and Asia working as a mime.
Influences to my present work as pantomime and walk-around entertainer. | What significance did these experiences have for your work as a mime?
Especially for trade shows or conventions or doing walk-about entertainment, the setting has many parallels to working in the street. One needs to quickly and reliably read the body language of the participants to determine how best to effectively relate to and entertain them.
Another important aspect is the use of improvisation. This doesn’t mean that one doesn’t know what to do. Rather the opposite; one has the ability to immediately react and do the right thing even in unexpected situations – something that comes up again and again. The reactions of audiences to a pantomime will always vary. I’ve thought out a whole library of possibilities, which grows with experience, on how to react fittingly.
I have to take each and every one of my public serious and make sure I don’t go too far with my actions. Certainly my world-wide experiences help me by all of my performances for events with international guests.
The essence of pantomime. | What meaning does pantomime hold for you?
A good mime brings his public into a world where there can be no misunderstanding or limits of language. This is not something limiting. On the contrary, he brings across his message in a new and limitless way.
I think that the mimes’ methods are a shortcut. Word can be misunderstood and mislead or lie. This rarely happens with body language, which is harder to fake. It’s pretty complicated for a pantomime to lie.
Some quotes by Marcel Marceaus, one of the world’s most famous mimes.
“Silence for me has no limits, words create limits”
These characteristics are not limited to mime. One sees them as well in dance and music.
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