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Clowning is the practice of play and presence. Exploring non-verbal elements of clowning; listening, action and reaction, balance and off-balance, timing, rhythm and physical comedy this workshop will expand the repertoire of improvisers and performers. Exploit ‘the moment’ and embrace ‘being in the shit’ to unlock golden ideas onstage.
This workshop is designed for participants at any stage in their clown or improv journey and wishes to broaden their skillset in a supportive environment. All exercises will be tailored to the participants’ needs and everyone will have the opportunity to work both individually and in groups with allocated time for reflection and feedback.
Robyn is a director, teacher, producer, performance artist and clown with twenty years of experience working in circus, street arts and outdoor theatre. She is the co-artistic director of the award-winning company, Fun in the Oven Theatre, who are passionate advocates of clown and physical theatre. Robyn has trained under leading clown experts and world-class clowns fools including Holly Stoppit, Deanna Fleysher, Jon Davison, Al Seed, Giovanni Fusetti and Jonathan Kay and shares her love of clowning through teaching and performance. Robyn has also recently completed a Masters in Directing Circus at Circomedia and her ongoing work builds on her research using clown, circus and street theatre as mediums for creative protest and acts of resistance.
Bristol Improv Theatre
50 St. Paul\'s Road
Date: Sat, 21st Mar 2020