Fwd: See TARTUFFE in Boston Oct. 25

"Staged by Perrone as a cornucopia of physical gags and played to hilarious perfection" – Rob Hurwitt, San Francisco Chronicle SATURDAY, OCT. 25Cutler Majestic Theatre, Emerson College, Boston8pm, Tickets $45 Boisterous characters, lavish comedy and the trademark physicality of the Dell'Arte ensemble combine with the finely crafted satire of Moliere for an evening of masks, music and laughter. In Tartuffe, a religious charlatan takes over […]

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Dell’arte Goes to Bali 2009 Feb 9-March 12, 2009

FEBRUARY 9 – MARCH 12, 2009Check out the Bali Blog 2007by School Director Joan Schirle Since 1996, Dell’Arte International has invited students, teachers, designers, directors, and artists to immerse themselves in the traditional arts of Bali and encounter the profound spirit of the Balinese people. In this unique and wonderfully successful program participants study traditional Balinese performing arts and crafts […]

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July Class in DC– Body-Motion-Gesture

center for movement theatreactor preparation of the body the imagination and the art of collaborationwww.thisisthecenter.com 202 462-5810 BODY · MOTION · GESTURETaught by Dody DiSanto JULY 1 – 29 Tuesday nights 7 – 10pm 5 Weeks Tuition – $250Class location: The Center 4321 Wisconsin Ave, NWMETRO: redline Tenleytown This class will work from the roots of classical pantomime and progress […]

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Didier Danthois

Didier Danthois is a clown and clown teacher based in London, England. Didier first trained in Clowning and Circus skills 24 years ago at the Fratellini Circus School(Paris). He studied Expressionist Dance, Clowning, and then, Indian Raga singing with an Indian master. He is the founder of the Fool at Heart School of Sacred Clowning and teaches, performs, & directs […]

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Daniel Stein workshop July 21-Aug 7 Berkeley, CA

I took this workshop 10 years ago at Dell’arte and it was fantastic then– I’m sure it’s gotten even better now. More information at http://www.berkeleyrep.org/school/adult_index.asp ==================================== generating new material: heart of a poet / mind of an actor / body of a gymnast Instructor: Daniel Stein Give your imagination a whack on the side of the head! Discover concrete ways […]

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Helen Donnelly

Helen Donnelly is an actor, instructor and theatrical, therapeutic and circus clown. In the past, she was a professional performance storyteller and appeared in over 300 schools and libraries, and as an actor toured various children’s shows in Ontario. She has been teaching clown and movement workshops in the US and Canada for over 6 years at high schools, colleges […]

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Think Foolishly

Drew Richardson (aka The Dramatic Fool) has been busy blogging. His blog– Think Foolishly, features exercises, comments, interviews, and examples of his work in the really hard work of the clown- creative problem-solving. Or, how to do stuff logically that’s just wrong, but doesn’t seem wrong to your character. Sometimes when I’m teaching clowning and improvisation, I call this “predicamenting”– […]

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Clowns Talk about Clowning- YouTube Videos

Jim Moore, the variety arts photographer who has probably photographed more clowns than anybody in the history of photography, has been doing something new– he’s been videotaping clowns. If you check out his YouTube videos (URL below), he’s putting up interviews with performers as they talk about their work, how they create their work, and even why they create their […]

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