9/9/14 - 12/9/14 • 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Clinton Cameo Studios
43 st
New York City,

We are all born funny. We come into the world with something unique, something off-balance. It’s what drives your loved ones mad or makes them fall in love with you. It is the most intimate part of ourselves, it is why we get back upwhen we fall down. It’s what makes us most Human, it’s what makes us poetic.Physically, Emotionally, Spiritually, ……Ecumenically. It is the Clown.

The question is not “do we each have a clown?” or “can you find your clown?” The question is how much of yourself are you willing to reveal today–and celebrate in a very public way?

Throughout history, the Clown has played a vital role in our communities. Cross-culturally, the Clown has been looked to in order to reveal what is most human about us all and asks us to laugh about it. Over these ten weeks, actors will explore what is most human about themselves–revealing it and celebrating it publicly. This is a class in Clowning, an exploration of the Red Nose, Play,Complicity and how each of these are vital to the actor’s training. Being funny is not a requirement.