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2018 NY Clown Theater Festival Clown Comedy Photography

“Angela Delfini Explains It All For You: A ¾-Woman Show” – NY Clown Theater Festival 2018

“Amazing talent” — La Stampa (Torino, Italy)Angela begins the show by ‘explaining it all’ to the audience.

Her ‘alter-ego’ has some issues with the ‘theory’ of ‘explain it all’.

Utilizing her skills in acrobatics, dance, clown and aerial Angela performed an amazing show for the audience.

Angela created a myriad of characters on stage.

Resorting to reading a book on “Clowns‘ she begins another episode in the show.

Angela brings a real moment to her performance.

A show definitely worth seeing! Angela has so many wonderful skills and her acting is terrific!

Tuesday, September 11 @ 7pm
Sunday, September 23 @ 2pm

Here is a link to an interview Vaudevisuals did a week ago with Angela.

For tickets go here!

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579 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11211
(between Union Avenue and Lorimer Street)

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Vaudevisuals Interview with Nancy Gabor and Paul Binnerts – International Master Teachers

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Nancy Gabor and Paul Binnerts talk about their upcoming acting workshop.
They discuss their techniques and approach to the method used in the workshops.
Both are International Master Teachers and their workshop is:
ACTING FROM THE BARE ESSENTIAL: YOU.
Nancy and Paul both have more information posted on their websites.
www.gaborworks.com
www.paulbinnerts.com

For information on the workshop Contact: Greg Taubman, actinginrealtime@gmail.com
Or go to this website and sign up.Playing With Reality
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Here is a look at Paul Binnerts book “Acting in Real Time”

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Clown Mask Mime Performing Arts Variety Arts Video

Movement Theater Studio – A Physical Actor’s Bootcamp

When an individual thinks about becoming an actor they assume it means taking ‘acting classes’.

What is called ‘working from the inside out’. Learning a technique to act! StanislavskiMethod Acting – etc.

The most interesting training an actor can really have is ‘physical theater’ training. This is where the actor learns to act ‘from the outside in’.

I have been an advocate of the technique of French master Jacques Lecoq and his training. Many performing groups that I have photographed over the years have been trained by either Lecoq himself or someone that studied with him.

Currently, the show at Lincoln Center‘s Vivian Beaumont Theater is WAR HORSE and several of the actor/actress’s have had this training. I contacted Richard Crawford who is the co-director of Movement Theater Studio and he introduced me to two of his students who are performing in the show. I was invited backstage to interview Hunter Canning and Leah Hofmann.

After they talked about their training and how imperative it was for working in theater , I then interviewed Richard Crawford and Virginia Scott from MTS.

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For more information on Movement Theater Studio go here.