Richard Pochinko (1946a89) played a pioneering role in North American clown theater through the creation of an original pedagogy synthesizing modern European and indigenous Native American techniques. In Clown Through Mask, Veronica Coburn and onetime Pochinko apprentice Sue Morrison lay out the methodology of the Pochinko style of clowning and offer a bold philosophical framework for its interpretation. Morrison is today a leading teacher of Pochinko's Clown through Mask technique and this book extends significantly the literature on this underdocumented form of theater.The clown practises that which is real to equip all of us for what has come to pass or what is or might come to pass in the future. ... The remaining vestments of One Experience are discarded and eager playmates scramble over the costume pile in search of clothes to make them naked. ... exercise balls and hula hoops and scaffold tower and there are heaps and piles of dress up clothes on standby then anbsp;...
|Title||:||Clown Through Mask|
|Author||:||Veronica Coburn, Sue Morrison|
|Publisher||:||Intellect Books - 2013|