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Clown

The clown brings everyone in the public down to the common state of a one year-old.

As the students encounter the phenomena of the clown, they develop a freedom of play while discovering their stock comic character, their unique way of making people laugh. Working with the solitude of the clown gives them a sense of being centered in themselves on stage and in touch with the immediate circumstances.  They develop the ability to play with the surprises that invariably occur in performance.  Working with the naiveté of the clown gives each student experience with a basic human condition and their own vulnerability. They discover that their personal vulnerability is what makes them interesting on stage no matter what style they are performing in.  During this study, the students have several opportunities to play their clown numbers and shows with diverse audiences in Denmark and abroad.

[quote author=”Charles Chaplin “]I remain just one thing, and one thing only – and that’s a clown.  It places me on a far higher plane than any politician.  [/quote]

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Short Courses now available!

Styles that are integral in the curriculum of The Commedia School are now available as short individual courses for those who do not have the time to take the complete two-year course of study. The courses cover Melodrama, Buffoon, Commedia and Clown.

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The human voice with Ulrik Barfod 22. – 26. June 2020

Introducing the physical approach to theatre, this workshop aims at developing spontaneity and creativity, giving you quick insights on the tools offered by the school to make every performance fresh and alive. Introductions of the mime and acrobatic training in the curriculum will be presented, such as improvisation exercises, simultaneously raising awareness to the movement of your body and voice in space. Discover new possibilities to surprise the audience and surprise yourself!

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The Government Inspector – video

A video of the story telling adaptation of Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol’s 1836 hilarious satire on the corruption in the Russian Empire – perfectly actual for today in every country.

Elif Temucin and Erkan Uyaniksoy, two recent graduates of The Commedia School from Istanbul preformed their well reviewed version of this story to The Commedia School Studio.

The show is supported by NORDPLUS and The Gogol Project which is a ESD (Education for Sustainable Development) network of activities in many countries.

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