Silent testimony: Black churches across the US combining pantomime with a Christian message
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In Featured Faiths
By Niraj Warikoo
Detroit Free Press (MCT)
Published: Sunday, Sept. 2 2012 5:00 a.m. MDT
In Western cultures, pantomime has usually been associated with French performers and street artists. The silent art is often performed in Japanese and Indian spiritual traditions. But in recent years, black churches has taken up the art form, reinterpreting pantomime and combining it with a Christian message.
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