I grew up in the theater and learned miming. My father even has an autographed picture from Marceau, Marcel. Though for the most part mimes creep me out. The above performance is to be held at an Anglican Church with a article on it here. Looking at Google there is apparently a growing Christian mime ministry and as for me it is hard to think of anything more penitential than watching mimes on Good Friday. Though to be fair if done well, could actually be a good medium for meditation on the Stations of the Cross.
Good has come in the past from mimes in a Catholic context. A the World Youth Day held in Denver a mime troupe had a women portray Jesus in a performance of the Stations of the Cross. EWTN was covering this and Mother Angelica was so mad that she soon had her order return to the full habit they currently wear. God can always draw good even out of mime performances.