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Sample Mime Cover Letter






When writing a mime cover letter, the applicant should mention previous employers and experience presenting serious, humorous, or exaggerated interpretations of emotions, dramatic actions, and various situations through body movements, facial expressions, and gestures. All mime cover letters should provide details about what the individual can bring to this performing art.


Milt Weiland
678 Strawberry Lane
Any City, USA 23232

May 13, 2007


Mr. Frank Gregory,
Hiring Manager
Logan Event Planners
22 Logan Road
Any Town, USA 78956

Dear Mr. Gregory:

I am responding to your listing on JobBankUSA.com for an experienced mime to fill in the gap in your roster of entertainers, which you described. I understand you are looking for mimes to teach and perform the art at school functions.

I am well qualified for both positions. I have learned the art of mime from a master-Sir Hilary Bacon--and have taught as his school of mime artists in England. Details are listed in my enclosed resume. I've also performed in various settings from professional theater to elementary school events for students and parents.

May I meet with you next week to discuss this position? I'm impressed with what I've heard about your company and would like very much to be one of the mimes you hire this year to go into schools.

Please call me on my cell phone: 785-897-3434 to set up an interview if you wish to talk further. Thank you very much for taking time to read my cover letter.

Sincerely,


Milt Weiland

Enc: resume and cover letter