Remembering Mikael the Mime

Mikael Jonathan Rudolph 51, of Minneapolis (native to Bainbridge Island, WA) died peacefully in his home on February 26th following a courageous six-month battle with Therapy Related Acute Myelogenous Leukemia. Mikael was a beloved mime and vaudeville performer well-known to audiences at Renaissance and fringe festivals, churches and schools nationwide. He taught swing, salsa and ballroom dance in the Twin Cities and was a political activist who co-founded Impeach For Peace and worked tirelessly with others toward political reform. He was preceded in death by cat, Louie; sister, Kristi, and parents, John and Natalie. He is survived by brother, James; nephew, Zephyr; nieces, Jamila, Rio and Trinity; great-niece, Aliyah; cats Ash, Moxie and Jabo, and many friends who love him. Memorials preferred to Visitation Monastery of Minneapolis or RESCU Foundation.