“Lauffiti blends clowning, breakdance, and magic to create a theatrical experience unlike any other that will inspire audiences to laugh, dance, and play. Lauffiti tells the story of a clown who has lost all hope and is mysteriously sucked into a graffiti-covered wall while walking the streets of the city. The graffiti comes to life and the clown reemerges from the wall exuberant and full of color. The clown finds joy in spreading laughter throughout the city after his experience.”
Performers: Matthew Belopavlovich, April Vollm, Matt Konop
An audience member is recruited to do some funny stuff.
The audience was invited up on stage to dance at the end of the show.
This show was a wonderful absurd clown adventure into the human quality of vanity. Two women clowns vie to out ‘beautify’ themselves.Carmen Francesca Maria Frida Ophelia De La Rosa (Adriana Chavez) and her partner is Gertrude (Heidi Rider). Together they play and entertain the audience along the way.
Gertrude (and Carmen) are delivered to the stage in a roller suitcase and emerge.
Carmen was the throwing the camera a kiss as she was pulled around the stage.
Gertrude was summoned to put Carmen’s shoe back on.
Constant battling on who is most attractive.
Jumping rope holding the ball was a joint effort that was terrific!