These are trash can times. Here’s a little update. Matt and Josh are in the Bay Area, Sarah’s in Brooklyn, and our Thief Society set and props are in Ottawa. It comforts us knowing the set/props are in good hands should they need medical care. Have the right sporting club equipment brings a lot of good […]
A view of the Gladstone’s classy house. Picture your butt in all of those seats. We performed The Hunchbacks of Notre Dame at The Gladstone back in 2014. We’re returning in late spring to Ottawa’s hottest theatrical venue (apart from Parliament) with Thief Society, our latest phys-com about an art heist gone stupid.
They gave us our own (limited time) parking spot! (We’re not mad. The sun was in our eyes.) March found us in Greensboro, North Carolina. We were happy that it did cuz it entailed doing a residency at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. We taught classes in clown, and physical comedy, and play. […]
Can you tell from our faces that Thief Society heisted again this past summer? In July we returned to the CalArts campus in Valencia, CA to play CSSSA (the California State Summer School for the Arts). Thanks to the multiple Michaels who helped us with this gig (Fields, Darling, BUT NOT THE CRAFT STORE) and […]
Matt’s teaching in Oakland. Here’s info: Intro To Clown: Let’s Get Stupid! 4 Nights: Infinite Possibilities! Tuesdays and Thursdays, Nov. 7-16; 7PM-9:30 West Oakland: 2100 West Street Join us for a fast and furious immersion into the world and play of the Clown. We will play ravenously with truth and size, availability, and a personal […]
Interested in seeing more of us facing upstage? San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater granted us an ArtShare residency. We’re about to spend a week working on our new show about an art heist gone stupid. After that, we hope you’ll come to our workshop showing where we promise to face in all stage directions. […]
Co-Artistic Director Sarah Petersiel teaches: Intro to Clown (the good kind) Explore theatrical clown in this introductory workshop! We’ll play with basic principles like following the laugh and connecting with the audience. Special focus on playing with a clear/clueless point of view. Good for clowns, actors, improvisers, and interested people. Sorry dogs. Contact sarahpetersiel(at)gmail(dot)com to […]
We’re spending a week in residence at SAFEhouse Arts working on our new phys-com. Join us at the end of our residency for a workshop showing. All proceeds benefit SAFEhouse Arts – a home for experimental arts. INFO – The new show: A trio of art thieves short on experience/long on brazenness set out […]