Improvisational clowning for adults
with Sarah French
Introductory sampler:

Saturday, February 1, 3 pm – 6 pm

Brooklyn, New York

What happens when we let go of reason, opening to the unknown, the illogical, and the absurd in our lives?

Clowning is a state of playfulness that invites us to stand in the world in new ways. This is not about tricks, gags, and routines. Follow your curiosity and embark on a personal journey towards finding your own way of being a clown, by listening and being receptive, essential skills for any creative expression.

Come to let go, laugh, and surprise yourself. Together we’ll follow the wisdom of the red nose, seeing how the clown brings the world to life!

If you are new to this work come and check it out for yourself before commiting to the series of 6 Sunday afternoons or a 5-day workshop.

Course Facilitator: Sarah French
Sarah has practiced clowning around the world with Jef Johnson, Julie Goell, and Vivian Gladwell. She was a practicing psychotherapist before turning with relief and joy to the paradoxical world of the clown. While she no longer practices psychotherapy, she embraces clowning as a related, if different invitation to celebrate full being. She holds an MSW from New York University and lives in Brooklyn, NY.

WHERE: Spoke the Hub’s Space @ Gowanus Arts
295 Douglass St btw 3rd & 4the Aves. MAP

WHEN: Saturday, February 1, 3 pm – 6 pm

FEE: $25 (free if you register for the weekly courses - click here)

CONTACT: sarahfrench@nosetonose.info for more information or to register.