What You Get:
Thirteen very full days of immersive physical comedy training with ten of the top teachers in the field, in classes with a maximum of ten students each. Work morning, noon, and night and for two weeks live in a community of people you are bound to fall for!
Arrive Sunday afternoon, June 8th; leave Sunday morning, June 22nd. Four classes a day plus evening activities. We even work on the weekend! Never a dull moment....
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At the legendary Celebration Barn Theater in beautiful South Paris, Maine — that's Maine, USA, not France! — about 45 minutes from the Portland airport (Portland, Maine — not Oregon!). Lodging and meals available at the Barn.
(Yes, you get to take all of them — see schedule)
Leonard Pitt (Berkeley): Bringing the Mask to Life
Mooky Cornish (Canada) — Slips, Slaps, and Spills
John Towsen (New York): Physical Comedy: Old Techniques, New Applications
Leland Faulkner (Maine): Hocus-Pocus with a Physical Focus: Magic for the Non-Magician
Betsy Baytos (Los Angeles): Eccentric & Character Movement
Joseph Herscher (New Zealand / Brooklyn): Kinetic Scenography: Human Rube Goldberg Machines
Karen Gersch (New York): Balancing Bodies: Serious Comedy Partnering
Sigfrido Aguilar (Mexico): Comic/Dramatic Movement or Teatro Corpóreo Cómico
Don Rieder (Canada): Give & Receive — a Performance Lab
Drew Richardson (Virginia) & Leland Faulkner: DIY Silent Movies
Click on the Links in the Sidebar for Faculty Bios, Course Descriptions, and other Detailed Information
Did we mention it will be fun?
Did we mention it will be intense?