[in-person] Clown at 1.5m distance! Improvisation theater workshop #2

We are thrilled to make the second edition of Clown at 1.5m distance happen!

Let’s make use of social distancing for clowning around!

(Safe in-person workshop. Limited to 12 participants. Melbourne based.)

In this 2day workshop, you will develop your acting skills, body awareness, and creativity through improvisation and physical theater training.

You will have an overview of The Four Articulations, a method developed by the clown and acrobat Dr. Ira Seidenstein. The Four Articulations (space, time, body, space-time continuum) are a sequence of movements to warm up your mind-body connection, and an ensemble of physical theater exercises to awaken your creativity. These exercises are meant to be done solo or distant duo, lucky us!

Most of all, you will have the opportunity to unleash your clown spirit with the support of the group and the teacher.

Important: Bring at least a hat and a big jacket (scarf is a bonus). We won’t share props. If you have your own red nose, bring it too (not an obligation). Wear confortable clothes you can move easily with.

Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 February 2021

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a 45min break for lunch.

at DANCEHOUSE

150 Princes Street North Carlton VIC 3054 AUSTRALIA

Full: 240$
Early Bird: 210$

Bring at least a hat and a big jacket (scarf is a bonus). We won’t share props. If you have your own red nose, bring it too (not an obligation). Wear comfortable clothes you can move easily with.

COVID Safety: If you are unwell, stay home. Don’t share props. Bring your own bottle and food.

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