pan·to·mime /ˈpan(t)əˌmīm/ noun noun: pantomime; plural noun: pantomimes

1. a dramatic entertainment, originating in Roman mime, in which performers express meaning through gestures accompanied by music. an absurdly exaggerated piece of behavior. "he made a pantomime of checking his watch" informal a ridiculous or confused situation or event. "the drive to town was a pantomime" 2. British a theatrical entertainment, mainly for children, that involves music, topical jokes, and slapstick comedy and is based on a fairy tale or nursery story, usually produced around Christmas.

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limited seating so tickets must be bought in advance