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Clowning for Improvisers with Shara (17-12-2644)

Clowning for Improvisers

Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

December 9 and 10, 2017
Bayfront Theater, San Francisco 

Schedule: 2 sessions
Class dates: December 9 and 10
Class length: 3 hours (6 hours total)
Class size: 12 students maximum
Tuition: $90
Prerequisite: Foundation 1 and above

This fun workshop is for all levels of improvisers to get more comfortable with physicality and playfulness onstage. Clowns generally aren’t big talkers so much of the art of clowning is about using your entire body to convey meaning. If you are an improviser who feels disconnected from your body, this 6-hour intensive will dive into ways to bridge that gap in your performance. NOTE: There will be a lot of movement in this workshop so please wear clothes you can sweat in and bring water.
About Shara: Shara Tonn is an improviser, actor, clown and teacher. An alumna of the Stanford Improvisors and San Francisco Circus Center’s Clown Conservatory, Shara performs with Un-Scripted Theater Company, Minerva, Mona and Shara Do Improv, Bay Area Children’s Theater and Bay Area circus shows. This fall, she was invited to clown at the 2017 AEMI International Comedy Festival in Shanghai. She teaches improv at Collective Capital, Un-Scripted Theater Company and Aragon High School.
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