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Pochinko Clown work (which is generally what I teach) is the most accessible, fun, and supportive way of teaching/learning clown/performance technique that I have encountered.

Clown training has a reputation for being pretty brutalizing and often built on some version of "breaking down" students or humiliating them or telling them they suck, or whatever else. In my estimation, the various oppressive structures around us are already doing a pretty thorough job of all that, so I'd rather spend my time in class encouraging and coaxing out people's untapped wildness and emotional imagination. This isn't to say the work isn't rigorous-- it is. It just isn't needlessly sadistic (sorry).
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