Pantomime: A Practical Guide is for those who find themselves involved in putting a pantomime on stage, and most
particularly for those working on limited budgets in smaller venues. This excellent handbook tells you how to solve the
particular problems of directing and choreographing pantomime; understand the tricks of set and costume transformations;
control backstage chaos; solve the dilemmas of pantomime props; learn the secrets of pantomime magic; and create a
spectacular effect with unspectacular resources. Tina Bicât’s work has spanned national, regional, and fringe theater;
among her previous books are Making Stage Costumes and Period Costumes for the Stage.