I usually don’t use this space to promote events, BUT this one is SPECIAL!
I sat down with Joel yesterday, and he mapped out the classes and what he would be teaching. I was thrilled to hear all about his theory about comedy, and it’s application in his upcoming classes. I wanted to help promote these classes since I know they will be wonderful. Here is the scoop from the workshops information.
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Physical comedian and clown, Joel Jeske, is teaching a class. He is teaching five lessons in comedy performance: One a week for five weeks. Lessons will be focusing on character, presence, creating material, personal schtick, physical storytelling, and how to never be dull on stage.
It is for any performer or actual person who wants to be funnier.
SPACE at 520
520 8th Ave., 3rd Floor
New York City, New York
Feb 28th, 12-3pm
March 7th, 2-5pm
March 14th, 12:30-3:30pm
March 21st, 12-3pm
March 28th, 2-5pm
Early sign up: $60.00 a lesson until February 27th
Regular sign up; $80.00 a lesson.
All five lessons: $300.00 Until February 27th
$350.00 After February 27th
Payment can be accepted via:
• Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Venmo: email@example.comReserve your spot by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by calling: (347) 446-0963JOEL JESKE is a clown, physical comedian, teacher, and director. For over 20 years, he has performed and taught nationally and internationally as a clown and physical comedian and has toured and created material for Cirque Du Soleil, Big Apple Circus, Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus, as well as serving as a Broadway and Off-Broadway physical comedy consultant. He has been nominated three times for the Drama Desk Award for comedy productions he created with director Mark Lonergan and their theater company Parallel Exit. Always at heart an improviser, Joel is the only person who got improv guru Del Close to admit out loud that he loved clowns.
Joel Jeske talks about ‘what is funny’ in this Vaudevisuals interview.
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