Stella's creativity balances the seriousness of Torah and Jewish humor; and empowers others to seize their innate talents.

Stella Filler dances to a tune of her own. With over 50 years experience of miming, Stella started out by giving lectures and workshops when she came to America. She also directed mime performances at Stanford University, San Jose State University, Santa Clara University, College of Notre Dame, Stanbridge Academy in Palo Alto and the South Peninsula Hebrew Day school. She created her own dance troupe, Pianomime, and performed with them around the Bay Area. She served on the Ph.D committee of the graduate school of theology at Berkley, demonstrating for a graduate student who chose to explore mime in ancient religion as his thesis.

She created a variety of powerful mimes on various Jewish subjects, weaving them together with humor, excitement and sentimental moments.

When she was deeply in the world of professional mime that Stella began to incorporate Jewish themes into her art. As a religious woman, she was much sought after as a performer for women events, especially once she skillfully wove beautiful Jewish content into her shows. As soon as her ‘Jewish performances become known, she was invited to perform at many a Bat Mitzvah, Shabbos Kallah or Rosh Chodesh group. She quickly gained fame as the world’s only ‘Kosher Mime

Enjoy a lively perspective of Jewish life through mime. Kosher Mime can perform in synagogues, schools, camps and conferences for Jewish women and girls. Stella is also available for personal coaching/training.

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Background

Stella was born in Tangier, Morocco and spent much of her youth studying and performing ballet, as well as Spanish dance. With time, she moved to Israel and took her dancing talent to the field of mime. As a young adult, she learned with Yoram Boker and performed in Kibbutzim all over Israel.

To enrich her skills, Stella made her way to Paris, studying under a slew of famous and talented Mime dance instructors.

She studied with Fuji at the Theatre de Mime de Paris and with Ella Jaroszewics, the star of the Tomasshevsky Mime and former wife of Marcel Marceau. Other influential teachers of Stella’s were Etienne Decroux and Jean Louis Barrault. Stella reached American Shores in 1974 and promptly began teaching the art of mime.

superb! She teaches Torah without saying a word!

WOMEN FROM THE AUDIENCE, Chabad of El Paso, TX

Jewish Women Circle

Current Adventures

These days, Stella resides in Palo Alto, CA with her husband. She have four children all over the United States. She continues to give private lessons and consultations to aspiring actors, magicians and clowns. Her most recent choreographed work appeared in a mime, Pierrot, for L’ecole de Danse, a ballet school in Palo Alto.

Enjoy a lively perspective of Jewish life through mime. Kosher Mime can perform in synagogues, schools, camps and conferences for Jewish women and girls. Stella is also available for personal coaching/training.

inquire for booking

A gifted performer! Inspiring
and entertaining!

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