Nomadic Theatre: Shows & Workshops in Portland, OR

The Nomadic Theatre Co, based in Portland, Oregon, has been creating and performing original physical theatre shows since 2002. To develop a new show, Nomadic performers and directors take ideas which interest and excite them and delve into them in the studio. For example, they created How to Fly by physically exploring numerous aspects and avenues of the topic of flight. The three core company members – Michael O’Neill, Sarah Liane Foster and Heather Pearl – have performed and taught in communities across the United States as well as internationally. They are graduates of the Dell’Arte International School of Blue Lake, CA.

Over the next two weeks, they will be performing and teaching in Portland, OR.

WORKSHOPS

THEATRICAL CLOWN
Tuesday April 15th and 22nd, 7-10pm
Find what is funny about you – how to create an eccentric, humorous character by using and exaggerating your own attributes. Through individual physical analysis and group improvisational exercises, we will explore the process of finding profound funniness and learn how to create original material through honest, dynamic play.
$25 for one class or $45 for both
PHYSICAL COMEDY WORKSHOP
Saturday, April 19th, 10am-2pm
This workshop will focus on character and individual analysis through physicality and movement, with a
combination of group exercises and individual exploration. Comedy is many things — you will find that it is more then just being silly.
$75/$50 students

All classes will be held at Theatre! Theater! (3430 SE Belmont, Portland). For more information or to
register, call 971.219.5781, or visit brownpapertickets.org.

And RUNNING INTO WALLS, their new, hilarious clown show is running for 2 more weekends at Theatre! Theater! Fri
& Sat @ 8pm, Sat & Sun @ 3pm. Info/tickets at brownpapertickets.com & www.nomadictheatre.org.

To find out more about the company, visit their website listed below:
http://www.nomadictheatre.org

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