Mime & Clowning Workshop
Tuesdays, January 16, 23, 30
6:30-9:30 pm Espace Freestanding Room
4324 Boul Saint-Laurent #300
These workshops are focused on mime and clowning as tools for social transformation and offer valuable techniques for cultivating creative thinking. The workshops will centre on exploring performance skills through mime, improvisation and playful interaction. The focus will be to discover physical expression and story creation through mime as well as to develop a personal clown character. All levels of experience are welcome.
The clown’s role is multi-faceted and can be a catalyst in many kinds of social interventions.
Sue Proctor M. A. is a performer and workshop leader with the WinnipegInternational Storytelling Festival, a teacher with Manitoba Theatre for Young People and Artists in the Schools. Sue recently studied Theatre and Development at Concordia University in Montreal and has worked and trained with clown companies from around the world. Sue has a background in mime, commedia dell’arte, puppetry, arts education, theatre for people with disabilities and has performed in festivals across Canada. On line thesis: “The Archetypal Role of the Clown” https://
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