A week-long collaborative event with Nose to Nose of North America featuring workshops and performances at Solaris, 360 Warren St., Hudson, NY.
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THE BIRTH OF CLOWN – A one-day light and playful introduction to the art of clowning
Saturday November 14, 2015 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
*Because the little red clown’s mask gives us big permission.
*Because clowning frees us from the “shoulds” and “should nots” of our culture and
*Because clowning trains us to be present to our real and true feelings and responses.
*Because clowning is liberating, playful, surprising and FUN!
*Because you can let go and celebrate, for once, everything that goes wrong instead of trying to get it right.
Honoring the art and mystery of human fumbling, clowning invites us to open a space for playfully responding out of honest presence and a truer listening to what is happening both inside and around us. Learning to welcome honest being is a liberating experience.
Through connecting to our naturally playful and creative spirit, we can develop and sustain, in ourselves and in each other, the heart to be who we truly are, to trust life and ourselves, and to open an empathic understanding towards our fellow human beings.
Saturday, November 14, 2015
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
at Solaris, 360 Warren St., Hudson, NY.
Requested donation: $50 - $100
For more information, registration, and scholarship inquiries, contact Laura Geilen: email@example.com. Visit the Nose to Nose of North America website at nosetonose.info/na/.
TRAGEDY OR COMEDY…WHICH IS THE NOBLER ART?
A week-long workshop for experienced actors and clowns, ending with 3 public performances at Solaris Center for the Social Arts, 360 Warren St. Hudson, NY.
Monday, November 16, 2015 – Sunday, November 22, 2015
In this workshop, veteran actors and clowns of Walking the dog Theater and Nose to Nose will work with our acting, clowning and improvisational skills to “workshop” three performances for the upcoming weekend. This workshop will be facilitated by Vivian Gladwell, founder of Nose to Nose. It is by application only and carries a $100-$200.00 sliding scale fee.
Please contact Laura Geilen at firstname.lastname@example.org or David Anderson at email@example.com if you are interested in joining us for this special opportunity. For scholarship inquiries, please contact Laura Geilen. Visit the Nose to Nose of North America website at nosetonose.info/na/.
Monday – Friday – 9:30am to 6:00pm, followed by . . .
3 PUBLIC PERFORMANCES
at Solaris Center for the Social Arts
360 Warren St., Hudson, NY
Tragedy or Comedy… which is the nobler art?
Friday, November 20 – 8pm
Saturday, November 21 – 8pm
Sunday, November 22 – 3pm
Suggested donation: $15 - $30
Join us for a rousing evening of sharing our collaborative learning.