Dance of the Clown

Dance of the Clown
Sept. 8th - Oct. 13th (Weekly, Sundays Only)
Time: 1-4pm 
Cost: $250


***FULL / Registration Closed***

For more information about future series, please email [email protected]

A six week series swirling in poetic fantasy and grounded in foundational clowning philosophy and technique, exploring the imagination body of The Clown through movement, music and…..clown choreography?!
Inspired by dance theater elements, imagery, texture and shape, we will draw from the unexpected places.  The essence of each clown’s ingenious authentic expression will be unveiled as we experiment, devise, invent, improvise, liberate, play, create and delight in the UNKNOWN...all through the extraordinary and uniquely beautiful mind of the clown.
***All levels of movers and clowns are welcome.  Clown Dance is for everyone! Yea! ‘Cause that’s the truth!



Caitlyn Conlin is a Los Angeles-based actress, musician, composer, clown and educator. She received her MFA in Acting from CalArts and holds a BA in Acting from Arizona State University. Caitlyn has worked with several award winning movement based theater companies and her work has been performed at notable venues around Los Angeles and internationally.  
Currently, Caitlyn serves as program supervisor for USC School of Dramatic Art’s new program in Medical Clowning. As a medical clown, Caitlyn has worked at Norris Cancer Center, LA County Hospital and Children's Hospital LA. She has also taught clowning workshops at various centers and universities including CalArts, Pomona College, USC, Improv First in Beijing, Beijing Clothing Technology University, All Saints Church, Inner Way LA, Student Voices Summit (California Alliance for the Arts), Nevada Arts Council and The Clown School.
More info about Caitlyn's Clown Workshops on Instagram: @caitlynclownqueendom 


October 13, 2019 at 1:00pm - 4pm
Inner Way LA
6512 Arizona Ave
Playa Vista, CA 90045
United States
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  • Andrew Berezin
    published this page in Calendar 2019-09-15 07:39:48 -0700