Robert Rivest, a comic mime and improvisation artist, will perform at Westover School’s Performing Arts Center on Friday, November 30th, at 7:30 pm. The performance is open to the public; there is no admission charge.
In addition to his work as a mime, Rivest is a health, literacy and stress relief educator, a laughter yoga teacher, and a public speaker. Since 1990 he has offered more than 5,000 presentations across the United States and in 11 countries in Europe and Africa.
Through mime stories, spoken word, physical comedy, and a zany cast of characters, Rivest transforms an empty stage by turning everyday situations into funny experiences that audiences of all ages can appreciate. His performance includes imagery rich stories, mime illusion, and audience participation.
Parking and the entrance to the Performing Arts Center are on South Street in Middlebury.
Westover is a selective boarding and day school with 205 students from 16 states and 17 countries. The School offers its students more than 20 Advanced Placement courses as well as signature programs in science, engineering, art history, and music.