About the class
Improvise through the eyes of a clown. Your body and mind send you an endless stream of impulses. The clown, through its vulnerability, responds instinctively to those momentary shifts. Through clown-work you step out of your critical mind and begin to improvise with your physical and emotional self, discovering games and truth in the moment and uncovering what is uniquely funny about you. By listening to the audience, the clown abandons all of its pre-conceived ideas and follows its true instinctual drive, to play and have fun!
This is a two-day class intensive meeting Sat & Sun 1pm-6pm.
Joe Galan is an actor/comedian with over a decade of experience in sketch and improv. He has toured nationally and internationally with the extreme comedy troupe FUCT and is currently a member of PIT House Team Dark Matter, as well as the 10K House Team Nearly Perfect Strangers. Joe runs a weekly Clown Gym that produces the monthly show An Unapologetic Mess: A Clown Show, which he hosts. And when he is not onstage, Joe teaches Writing for Sketch Comedy and Clown at the People's Improv Theater (The PIT).