Moshe, a.k.a. Mr. YooWho, is the founder of Clowns Without Borders – USA. Since 1987, he has performed in Burma, Kosovo, South Africa, Nepal, Guatemala, Haiti, Croatia, Chiapas (Mexico), South Sudan, and Baton Rouge, LA. Moshe continues to perform and teach internationally. Over the past 25 years, he has given over 2000 performances in over 30 countries. He teaches workshops exploring the expression of personal humor through physical theater and contemporary clown. Moshe has most recently performed with CWB – USA in Guatemala.
Moshe Cohen creates, performs and teaches in the world of ‘the funny.’ For 38+ years now, he has pursued excellence in the elusive art form called Clown, seeking to bring more lightness and laughter into the world through his actions, be it as a teacher, a performer or actor.
22/05/2020 15:23:22 firstname.lastname@example.org Teacher, Comedian, Director, Researcher Dr Maggie Irving has a Practice as Research PhD at Plymouth University on becoming a female clown. In it proposes new modes and models for people to clown. This clown / teacher encourages playfulness in everyday life; loves teaching and choreographing comedy, and regularly runs both clowning and stand up comedy classes in the South West of England and online. BlogFacebook
Here’s the video from last Sunday’s online panel discussion.
We five clowns from very different backgrounds gathered to speak about how it is to be a female clown. The panel members were: * Sue Broadway is a director, academic and teacher of circus and physical theatre. She also performs as a clown, compere, eccentric juggler and Vaudevillian. She’s interested in the intersection between Clown, feminism, aging and caring and is wondering where next.
Debra Battton is a Performer / Director of Circus and Physical Theatre based in Melbourne, Australia. Debra is interested in experiments with theatrical forms including Circus Dance Text and Improvisation. She has over thirty years of professional experience including leading Legs on the Wall as Artistic Director for ten years.
Maggie Irving is a clown, teacher and researcher with a ‘Practice as Research’ PhD in becoming a female clown. A Clown Doctor! Passionate about clowning in everyday life, and bringing the art of clowning into stand up comedy, business and beyond.
Peta Lily is a prolific devising performer who often uses autobiographical material in her work; clown-informed, mixed with spoken word, song and gently wry satire. She directs, leads independent workshops & is a Visiting Lecturer at leading drama schools in London.
Holly Stoppit is a facilitator, performance skills teacher, theatre director, dramatherapist and clown academic, specialising in live, interactive, improvised and devised performance. At the heart of all of Holly’s work is a desire to promote creative discovery and connection through play.
The discussion was chaired by Vicki Amedume from Upswing Aerial and produced by Dave Spathaky for Clown Power.
This is the first of a series of discussions between clowns, to find out more join the Clownpower Fb group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ClownPower Or check out the Website: http://zoological.ie
Clown Power admin team: Shakti Greener, Sascha Goslin, Don Lehn, Pete Turner, Adrian Barker.
Series Hashtag: #ClownPowerPanel Twitter @DeepSpin Clown Power have underwritten this series of free events (that’s me).
If you can help with a donation it’ll REALLY help me. Donations in the virtual hat. Suggested tip for attending events: €5. Virtual tip jar/hat here: http://paypal.me/DavidSpathaky That is all. I thank you.