New Clown Workshop With Adam Paolozza and Lisa Marie DiLiberto

Crash Clown Course with LD and AP!

Former students of Adam Paolozza and Lisa Diliberto performing a “Funny Turn”

BUILDING A CLOWN TURN 
a specialized crash course 
with Adam Paolozza (TheatreRUN) 
& Lisa Marie DiLiberto (FIXT POINT)

March 28, 29, 30, 6 – 10pm 
& March 31, 12 to 4pm 
$220

(Equity Discount Available)

So, you want to perform a short clown piece for a cabaret or an audition, but you’re not sure how to put it together?

Come learn from the PROS.

This dynamic duo of Lecoq and Gaulier trained instructors will guide you through the steps of finding your own clown and then putting together a FUNNY piece for performance.

Bring your musical instruments, your juggling balls or even your funniest hat and we’ll help you find your own FUNNY.

This class is suitable for performers of all skill levels and disciplines with ideas for turns in any stage of development who want to take things to the next, pee-your-pants-funny level.

*LIMITED SPACE* 
*SOME BURSARIES AVAILABLE*

TO APPLY EMAIL: theatrerun.ensemble@gmail.com

 

Lisa Diliberto

Lisa Diliberto is the Artistic Director of Fixt Point Theatre and the master mind behind the hugely successful Tale of A Town series (Tale of a Town: Parkdale, Tale of A Town: Queen West, which opened Theatre Passe Muraille’s season this year). She is a graduate of Ecole Philippe Gaulier and has been teaching clown in Canada and internationally for years.

Adam Paolozza

Adam Paolozza is the Artistic Director of the award winning company TheatreRUN and co-creator (along with Theatre Smith-Gilmour and Why Not Theatre) of the smash hit SPENT and most recently The DOUBLE. He has taught clown in Canada and internationally since 2005 using his unique interpretation of the Lecoq Pedagogy. He teaches privately and with Soulpepper, Canadian Stage, Aluna Theatre and many more.

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