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Workshop (Edmonton): Intro to Pochinko Clown: 6-in-1 Mask 5 day workshop

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Workshop (Edmonton): Intro to Pochinko Clown: 6-in-1 Mask 5 day workshop


A mask and clown workshop, where students will get the opportunity to learn Richard Pochinko’s “Clown from Mask” technique, which is practiced by Jan Henderson, Mike Kennard, and Christine Lesiak, to name a few.

This course is great for performers, theatre goers, or anyone who wants to explore their inner child and fool!

Over the span of 5 days, students will:

  • Create a 6-in-1 mask, created by Ian Wallace
  • Paint and explore their masks, exploring colour and elements
  • Find their inner clown, exploring makeup and costumes
  • Create a performance piece, to be performed to a public audience

Early Bird Price: $450 (December 18)
Deadline to enrol: December 27

To Enrol, please email Morgan.
A deposit of $200 is required save your spot.

Minimum enrolment: 10


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About the Instructor:

Morgan Nadeau has been involved in the Edmonton Theatre community since 2007 and has been clowning since 2012. She is a co-creator and founder of Fool Spectrum Theatre and has run the E-Town Clown Cabaret since September, 2014.

She was a co-founder of the Play The Fool Festival (org. Edmonton Clown Festival) and was the festival’s first Artistic Director. She is a trained Pochinko Clown both in practice and as an instructor.

Morgan clowns and roves at events and festivals and has been a part of Edmonton’s International Street Performer Festival, The St. Albert International Children’s Festival and the International Edmonton Fringe Theatre Festival, to name a few. 

Her one-woman TYA show, “Please Be Seated” was a hit at the Edmonton Fringe in 2016, and received multiple 4 star reviews. And her one woman show about mental illness, “Silenced” debuted at the Edmonton Fringe Festival this past summer.

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