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January 15, 1994 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A lonely princess, a forlorn fisherman, a touch of magic and a moral at the end--that's what "The Story of Truong Chi" is made of. The Vietnamese folk tale will be brought to life in Fullerton today by Seattle Mime Theatre, a 17-year-old touring trio that uses a contemporary blend of traditional mime, dance, improvisation, music and the spoken word performed with colorful costumes and props. "We first devised the work for our children's programming," said Bruce L.
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January 15, 1994 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A lonely princess, a forlorn fisherman, a touch of magic and a moral at the end--that's what "The Story of Truong Chi" is made of. The Vietnamese folk tale will be brought to life in Fullerton today by Seattle Mime Theatre, a 17-year-old touring trio that uses a contemporary blend of traditional mime, dance, improvisation, music and the spoken word performed with colorful costumes and props. "We first devised the work for our children's programming," said Bruce L.
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February 23, 1993 | JAN HERMAN
When the Seattle Mime Theatre made its Orange County debut two years ago at the Irvine Barclay Theatre, it teased us with a 20-minute sampling of abbreviated concert pieces intended strictly as a curtain-raiser for a kiddie show. This time around, Saturday at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, we're going to get the full adult treatment--which is not to say the program will be unsuitable for children.
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February 23, 1993 | JAN HERMAN
When the Seattle Mime Theatre made its Orange County debut two years ago at the Irvine Barclay Theatre, it teased us with a 20-minute sampling of abbreviated concert pieces intended strictly as a curtain-raiser for a kiddie show. This time around, Saturday at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, we're going to get the full adult treatment--which is not to say the program will be unsuitable for children.
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