Clown workshop : Our approach and methodology
It’s a holistic approach to the person, which is why I’ve included Non-Violent Communication and Emotional Regulation in these clown and improv workshops.
The workshops combine improvisation, clown writing, and individual and group work, so you can practise in a climate of trust and mutual support.
This year’s clowning workshop has 3 themes: authenticity, vulnerability and interactivity in clowning.
The clown’s intention is to share with others who they are, to connect with them in depth and experience them as a game.
It’s not always easy to show yourself, to dare to be authentic, to show your vulnerability, to dare to meet others.
The workshop enables clown artists to accept their limits and ‘flaws’ and play with them. Once they play with them, they are more than just their « negative » emotions, more than just their shyness or anger.
The aim is to touch the audience by accepting ourselves while we play. It’s a way of freeing ourselves and telling the audience that we too can be who we are… by playing.
.Through the clowning workshop, you get to know your own personality and develop your acting, clowning, communication and public speaking skills. Thanks to this sharing of experience and the use of Non-Violent Communication and Emotional Regulation, the audience is deeply touched and laughs out loud, because they recognise themselves so much in this transcendent humanity.
An interactive and fun teaching method with role-playing, the use of acting techniques, the Non-Violent Communication process and Emotional Regulation. For more information, please visit the dedicated pages: Benevolent Communication or NVC and Emotional Regulation.
Would you like to learn or improve your clowning and improv theatre skills? Our guarantees: fun, learning, fulfilment and creativity. Are you interested?