…from a guest poster on blog Nerds in Babeland. ~Jenn
Please to be edutained by this series of our blog-topic-related links. ~Jenn
Check this information re: my 2011 Boulder Fringe Festival Workshop. Be there or be square. ~Jenn
Physical Comedy–The Art of Clowning Around
August 22nd, 2011
Learn how to portray comedic roles in theatre and film. Dance, mime,
pratfalls, stage combat, and overall physical versatility are all important
for any would-be Bill Irwins or Mr. Beans. Branches of movement arts covered
will include: clowning bits, mime technique, comedic dance, physical
storytelling, commedia dell’arte, and building character with physicality.
CLASS SIZE: min. 5 / max. 25
DATE: Monday, August 22nd, 2011
TIME: 6:00pm-9:00pmVENUE: Naropa, Lincoln 4140
student materials: Clothes to move in, notebook and pen.
COST: $35; Early bird special: $25 if registered by July 1
For more information contact: Cynthia Ward @ 917.495.2277 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
So, what do you think of this use of slow-motion, lovely lurkers? Embedding disabled, sorry. Click here:
So many folks are posting so many fun pics from Ren faires across the country lately, on fb, I thought I’d post another one from my past. Unroll that front knee, Jenn!
Please to WTF at this article about a woman who drew a sword in an argument at a Pizza Hut. A sword. (Thanks, fb news feed!) ~Jenn
A pic from Jeff Wills re: recent aerial silks performance. Love that it’s a tribute to Die Hard! ~Jenn
Please to enjoy this lovely, entertaining lecture by Everything is a Remix. (thanks, mental_floss)! ~Jenn
Also this sub-video focusing on Kill Bill, which not only shows Tarantino’s influences, but the scenes he recycles from his other movies (and his casts! Look at the recurring Jackson and Thurman)!