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How to be funny: A Physical Comedy Workshop, Theatre Gym

  • East, Online
  • combined arts, dance, film, interdisciplinary arts, photography, theatre, visual arts
  • Tal Jakubowiczova talgig@gmail.com

Description

Let’s take advantage of this socially distant time to learn and/or polish up our physical comedy skills! We’ll discover how to design and execute physical comedy riffs to sprinkle into any performance, as an actor, comedian, clown or just to delight your family members on those zoom calls!

We’ll examine how to break down physical comedy into its building blocks and how to design a sequence.

And we’ll encourage the playfulness and pleasure in stupidity necessary to have fun doing it.

You don’t need any experience to take this workshop.

Saturday 24th October, Online

For more details and to book this or other Theatre Gym classes:

https://www.theatregym.co.uk/classes/How-to-be-funny%3A-Physical-Comedy

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