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Clown Intensive with Joe Galan and Kim Kaiser
« on: October 27, 2016, 11:30:37 AM » Click to register for the workshop on Sunday, October 30th at 10:00 AM at Finest City Improv.

Two clowns walk into a San Diego Improv School. He cries. She farts. Simple. Honest.
When you enter the stage from a place of play, the audience invests in you first. A comic piece need not attempt brilliance and complexity. While the audience loves a layered idea, if you build with them from a truthful and joyous place, any foolish or inspired action you take will win their laughter.
Through this two-teachered workshop, you will have the opportunity to work individually and together with both Joe and Kim Galan-Kaiser as they use clown to help you explore the relationship and perspective dynamic that exists between you, your team and the audience, as well as push you to be more vulnerable, open and free in your performance both improvised and devised.

About the teachers:
Joe Galan is an actor, comedian and general clown. He teaches sketch comedy and clown at the People’s Improv Theater, where he performs on the weekly house team, Dark Matter and hosts the monthly variety show, An Unapologetic Mess: A Clown Show. He has performed in venues and festivals nationally and internationally.
Kim Kaiser has studied professional acting since the age of 15. Her training includes Circle in the Square, Emerson College, and Upright Citizens Brigade. Specialized in physical comedy and clown, Kim co-hosts a monthly clown variety show at The People's Improv Theater (The PIT) in NYC, and recently debuted original clown work at the NY International Clown Theater Festival in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. Currently living that NY actor life (as defined by sweaty subway rides and assertiveness), Kim brings in the dough as a resident medical clow