Devise original material with one of the busiest clowns in town. Mark knows funny. He will help guide your process, and hone your skills. The workshop with culminate with a friendly informal showing with producer and casting director Michael Bongar.
Sundays 3-6pm March 1, 8, 15, 22, + 29
Molloy Studios, 4th floor of 50 Broadway Ave
$45/class. $200/series (five classes)
Advanced registration required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Mark Gindick is a professional actor, clown, physical comedian, director, teacher and writer/creator of his own theatrical shows. Wing-Man, his original theatrical piece without one spoken word, won BEST ONE-MAN SHOW in United Solo Theatre Festival, the largest solo festival of it’s kind in the world. Mark has appeared in major feature films, including the Nora Ephron comedy Julie & Julia with Meryl Streep; on television, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and was featured in The PBS mini series CIRCUS; starred Off-Broadway and at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival in the New York Times acclaimed hit The Comedy Trio Happy Hour; and is the first and only CLOWN to have completed the trifecta of circus and performed as a clown in the top three in the US, Cirque Du Soleil, Ringling Brothers and the Big Apple Circus. Mark also has taught clowning at SUNY Purchase College and other New York City venues. Mark wrote and starred in How To Be A Man at the Palace of Variety on 42nd Street (NYC) and Mark’s unique blend of vaudeville, dance, and physical comedy earned him three Golden Nose Awards.
Learn more at http://markgindick.com/
Email email@example.com to register. Max: 18 students.