Toronto Clown Festival June 4-7, 2009

The Toronto Festival of Clowns aims to bring together clowns and physical theatre artists of all disciplines and backgrounds and provide a common space to showcase their work. Now entering their 4th year, the festival continues to encourage the risk and exploration of the clown, hosting new and established works that inspire and delight. Past festivals have hosted some of […]

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Roberto Benigni does Dante

NY Times Article about Roberto Benigni, who is apparently a Dante scholar, and is performing next week in NY in a very short tour of a Dante show, “TuttoDante,” a monologue about Dante’s “Divine Comedy” that mixes literary insights with off-the-cuff political jokes. In Italy, where he has been doing the show regularly for three years, it has drawn more […]

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Gamarjabat at the New Victory Theatre May 9-24.

Gamarjobat is an award-winning comedy performance group comprising two Japanese comedians, Ketch! – who sports a red mohawk – and HIRO-PON – with a yellow mohawk.. The duo perform a variety of sketches, including mime and physical comedy. Their performances are wordless. Although they are not particularly well-known in their native Japan, they have found success performing in the United […]

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Dreams- Circus in One Act in Chicago (through May 17)

The Actor’s Gymnasium is a think-and-do tank for physical theatre in the Chicago area. They offer classes and performances for all ages and skill levels, from children to beginner adults, and even professional level performers seeking a weekly workout. In addition to teaching, the Actor’s Gymnasium also produces shows that feature physical theatre (and their students!) The show that they […]

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Opening Weekend! CRACKED ICE at PS122

Don’t miss the world premiere of: “CRACKED ICEor THE JEWELS OF THE FORBIDDEN SKATES!” A new play by Jennifer Miller with additional text by Deb Margolin In this glittering theatrical extravaganza, the infamous juggling duo, The Liberty Sisters, have been fleeced by an evil ponzi schemer. Sybil and Statua Liberty embark on a mad-cap tour of revenge…but they aren’t the […]

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Clown Improvisation: White Noise (NY, April 23-25)

CLOWN IMPROVISATION, WHITE NOISE! Theaterlab presentsJef Johnson – White NoiseFriday, April 17, 2009 through Saturday, April 25, 2009 A Multimedia Clown Experience Length: 1 hr 10 minsIntermission: NoneSeating: General AdmissionYou choose your seats when you get to the theater. Featuring Jef Johnson, renowned principal clown of Slava’s Snowshow in a solo performance. Live Sound by Keith Rubenstein, Live Visuals by […]

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Hey-Ya Brothers in NY at Urban Stages

Hey-Ya Brothers- now performing at Urban Stages! The Hey-Ya Brothers is a two-man slapstick comedy variety show with clowns and physical comedians Joel Jeske and Christopher Lueck. This 45min show is a mixture of classic comedy, slapstick, juggling, magic, and music. The Hey-Ya Brothers create a memorable show full of laughs. Now with special guest performer Mike Richter! WHEN: SUNDAYS, […]

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MOVE IT- Free Physical Theatre March 19 at HERE (NYC)

MOVE IT! – a free evening of Physical and Visual Theatre Parallel Exit, New York City’s award-winning physical theatre company, offers audiences a free opportunity to see some of New York’s most exciting physical and visual theatre artists in MOVE IT! Featuring brand new physical theatre from Parallel Exit’s Joel Jeske, Mike Dobson, and Spencer Novich, dance-theatre from The Chase […]

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Fwd: Don’t miss Improviso! by Dell’Arte’s first year students

Directed by Stephanie Thompson Thursday – Saturday, February 5-7 at 8 p.mDell’Arte’s Carlo Theatre in Blue Lake.$8 general and $5 for students/seniors (click here).The Thursday, Feb. 5 performance is Pay What You Can. For mature audiences.For reservations, call 707-668-5663 Ext. 5. Visit www.dellarte.com for more information. A physical celebration of rhythm, attitude and improvisational madness, Commedia dell’Arte pushes passions to […]

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Circus Oz

Circus Oz is an Australian circus that tours internationally. Begun in Melbourne, Australia in 1978, The company’s rock and roll style animal free circus with a live band has toured from New York to Hong Kong. The Circus Oz show is characterized by a multi-talented ensemble. It’s not unusual to see the drummers get up and do an acrobatic adagio […]

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