Throughout the 1980’s, Roland Zee specialized his skills in the art of mime. He left for Brazilian cultural capital Rio de Janeiro to study with mime actress Luiza Monteiro and disciple of Marcel Marceau, Luiz de Lima. Roland soon moved on to produce solo sketches, and was invited to take part in Brazilian film and television programs.
But as his skills and interest developed, Roland gravitated toward the capital of the art of mime, Paris, France. Landing in Europe, he sought the instruction of Steven Wasson, Corrine Soum and Daniel Stein at L’École de Mime Corporel Dramatique. It was there he perfected the technique of Étienne Decroux, master of Marceau and Jean-Louis Barrault. During these years it was not an uncommon sight to catch Roland putting his education to practice “on the street” just outside Paris’ Centre Pompidou. More here
(photo: C.Roland)


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