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Intro to Clown with Andy Grotelueschen

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Intro to Clown with Andy Grotelueschen


Intro to Clown with Andy Grotelueschen from Fiasco Theater

Come for the Triumphs, stay for the Disasters! Release your foolish bodyparts and smack your joy around most vigorously gentle! This an Introduction to Clown. Appropriate for newbies and oldies alike! Focus is on discovering what's funny about YOU. We play games, we sing songs, we hit each other, we laugh. It's joy and wonder. Come on over, it's lovely time!

Cost: $20
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ABOUT ANDY GROTELUESCHEN
has appeared is Fiasco’s Cymbeline, TFANA/Barrow Street Theatre, Into the Woods, McCarter Theatre, and Twelfth Night. Broadway: Cyrano de Bergerac. Off Broadway: Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew, TFANA; Henry V, The Acting Company. Regional: The Heart of Robin Hood, A.R.T.; Noises Off, Actors Theater of Louisville; Servant of Two Masters, Yale Rep/Shakespeare Theatre; Mrs. Smith Presents…, A.R.T.; The Moliere Impromptu, Moon for the Misbegotten, Trinity Rep; Ivanov, Lake Lucille Chekhov; Broad Stage; Guthrie; Arizona Theatre Company; Sundance Theatre Labs among others. Additional NYC: Balm in Gilead (with Michael Shannon), Monstrosity, 13P; The Scariest, The Exchange. Film: Still on the Road for PBS and American Gladiators. TV: Elementary. Andy is a graduate of the Brown/Trinity Rep. MFA Brown/Trinity, Ecole Phillipe Gaulier. Apprentice to Chris Bayes, and he’s from Iowa.

**Photo Credit - Jim Cox



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