General News · 15th September 2017
Mime and Clowning with Sue Proctor M. A.
These workshops are focused on mime and clowning as tools for socia ltransformation and offer valuable techniques for cultivating creative thinking. The workshops will centre on discovering and exploring performance skills throughmime, improvisation and playful interaction. The morning workshop will focus onexploring expression and story creation through mime. The afternoon will focuson discovering a personal clown character. All levels of experience are welcome.
Morning or Afternoon $25,
Morning and Afternoon $40
Mime – 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Potluck Lunch 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Clowning – 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The clown’s role is multi-faceted and can be a catalyst in many kinds of social interventions. Sue Proctor M. A. is a performer and workshop leader with the Winnipeg International Storytelling Festival, a teacher with Manitoba Theatre for Young People and Artists in the Schools, and a board member of the Manitoba Storytelling Guild. Sue recently studied Theatre and Development at Concordia University in Montreal and has worked and trained with clown companies from around the world. Sue has a background in mime, commedia dell'arte, puppetry,arts education, theatre for people with disabilities and has performed in festivals across Canada