How to be funny: Physical Comedy
5pm-7pm, UK time
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Let’s take advantage of this socially distant time to learn and/or polish up our physical comedy skills! We’ll discover how to design and execute physical comedy riffs to sprinkle into any performance, as an actor, comedian, clown or just to delight your family members on those zoom calls!
We’ll examine how to break down physical comedy into its building blocks and how to design a sequence.
And we’ll encourage the playfulness and pleasure in stupidity necessary to have fun doing it.
You don’t need any experience to take this workshop.
Virginia teaches/taught physical comedy, clown, commedia, bouffon, play, physical acting, and all that kind of wiggling it around at schools such as The Juilliard School, A.C.T., Tisch School of the Arts at NYU: International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam, Movement Theatre Studio.
TCG just published Discovering the Clown: the Funny Book of Good Acting by Christopher Bayes with Virginia Scott.
In 2018 Virginia created The Commedia Company, which performs contemporary, original commedia shows and is associated with her New York City based studio, Fizgig http://www.fizgigstudio.com.
Virginia has long created new works with clowns, variety artists, stand ups and comedians of all kinds at venues such as The Irish Repertory Theatre, Ars Nova Mainstage, UCB, The US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, The Comedy Central Theatre, The Guilded Balloon in Edinburgh.
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You don’t need to have any acting experience to join.
You don’t need to be a native English speaker to take the classes.
(the classes will run in English though).
All classes run on zoom and you will be emailed a link.
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