Discovering Clown Through Impulse with Jed Tomlinson

The Screaming Goats Collective and Savage Clown

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The Screaming Goats Collective and Savage Clown bring you an amazing Pochinko Workshop!

À l'aide d'exercices d'improvisation et de mouvements donnés, votre corps vous permettra de découvrir le clown qui fait partie de vous et vous ouvrira les portes de votre imagination pour créer des histoires et des personnages insoupçonnés. À partir des règles et éléments fondamentaux du clown qui émergeront lors de cette introduction au genre, vous arriverez à mieux cibler et utiliser vos aptitudes créatives et aurez une meilleure connaissance de votre jeu.

Coût: $110 QDF/ $125 Régulier
Dates: 25 et 26 Février
Heure: 10 h à 18 h
Responsable: Kendall Savage
Email:kendallsavage@gmail.com
Numéro de téléphone: 514 835 4369
Site Web: sizzlespark.com

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Using specific movement and improvisational exercises the body will become the genesis for character and story development. Throughout this workshop the rules of clown emerge giving participants a fundamental understanding of clown, and a deeper awareness of their own performance and creation skills.

Cost: $110 QDF / $125 regular
Dates: February 25&26
Time:10am-6pm
Contact Name: Kendall Savage
Email: kendallsavage@gmail.com
Phone Number: 514 835 4369
Company Web site: sizzlespark.com

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Saturday 25 February 2017 / 10:00
  • Sunday 26 February 2017 / 10:00

480 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 480 minutes

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