Event Details

  • When: Sunday, 09 August 2020
  • to Friday 14th August 2020

    Timings: The course begins Sunday – 18h15 (with supper)
    Ends Friday – after lunch – 14h30

    Course Fee:  £395 – Tuition only

    *For prices for on-campus accomodation options and delicious biodynamic meals click the 'BOOK STAY' link below.

     

    HOW TO BOOK

    Booking your place on this course and your stay at Emerson are two separate steps and payments:

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    STEP 1: BOOK PLACE
    (Click to pay the deposit and book your place)

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     STEP 2: BOOK STAY
     (Click here to book your stay and meals at Emerson College)

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    For more information visit: 
    nosetonose.info/uk/

SHORT COURSE: Embracing the Unexpected - Clown 2

SHORT COURSE: Embracing the Unexpected - Clown 2

This course offers further practice of clowning with the focus on structure and relationship. With Carol Thompson.

This course offers further practice of clowning with the focus on structure and relationship (such as the Elder-Younger structure). At this level we practice responsiveness to and awareness of your partner on stage, your audience and the images,  stories and characters that emerge during improvisation. The teaching method will emphasize finding greater insights into the techniques of improvisation and performance, providing enough challenges and inspiration to take your understanding of this work forward.

Level 2 is a pre-requisite for Clown 3, Towards Performance and Social Clowning.

 

Carol Thompson

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Carol’s training was in English and Theatre Arts at the University of Toronto and the Drama Studio in London. She worked in Education and Theatre for some years and then qualified to be a Psychosynthesis therapeutic counsellor and an NLP Master Practitioner. Carol took these skills into business in the private and public sectors as a Communication Skills Trainer. In recent years she has become involved in the positive psychology movement as a Laughter Leader and now a Clowning Facilitator, combining her interests in education, theatre and psychology.