From the imaginations of legendary mime Bill Bowers and director Andrew Frank comes The Traveler.

The Traveler is a silent and whimsical tale of one person’s journey to find a new home. On his adventure, he will overcome obstacles, build a community, and find himself as he discovers where he belongs.

February 8th, 9th, and April 7th, 2020.

Playing at Theatre Row, a program of Building for the Arts NY, Inc.
410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

Tickets*: $22.25 | Best for ages 3 and up

Hailed by critics as the most accomplished and renowned mime of his generation, Bill Bowers currently performs and teaches the art of physical storytelling throughout the world. His methods and exploration of universal truths transcend the spoken word to educate and touch audiences of every language. An award-winning actor, Bowers has appeared on the stages of Broadway, The Kennedy Center, The White House, Steppenwolf, and Radio City Music Hall to name a few. His Broadway credits include Zazu in The Lion King and Leggett in The Scarlet Pimpernel. He has also portrayed the great silent clowns: Charlie Chaplin in the world premiere of Little Tramp, Pierrot in the world premiere of Beethoven N Pierrot, and Petruchka with The Colorado Symphony. 

A passionate student and educator, Bowers studied with the legendary Marcel Marceau and currently serves on the faculties of New York University, Stella Adler Conservatory

and William Esper Studios. He is also presently a Visiting Professor at Williams College. He holds an MFA from Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, and an Honorary Ph.D. from Rocky Mountain College.

Bill is delighted to be directing the musical BLUEBERRIES FOR SAL for NYCCT next season.