JUNE 5th “Playing together” Clown Masterclass
—2,5 hours—


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Clown Masterclass with Caroline Dream

Dates: 5th June 2021

Level: Intermediate
(you must already have a basic knowledge of clown and have participated in at least one clown workshop)

Language: English

Hours: 2.5hs

Number of participants: maximum 14

Price: 40€ (about $48)

Class schedule: 19:30 to 22:00hs (Spanish time)
Look for the time in your country at https://www.zeitverschiebung.net/en (putting Barcelona as one of the locations). Please make sure there is no time change in your country the night before the masterclass.

To register you must pay through this page. Paypal will send you a receipt by email. This Paypal email is the confirmation that you are enrolled in the class.

Four days before the start of the workshop, we will send you an email with the access link and instructions. ‼️Please put as a safe address on your email program these email: [email protected]‼️ so the emails with the link to access the Clown Workshop and our communications about the workshop don’t go to your spam folder.

All the information you need is on this page. Please review the sections below to get the best experience during the workshop. If after reading everything you have any questions you can call or write us (via”Contact” in the menu)

Material that you must have nearby:

  • a red nose
  • 2 objects with which you can create a variety of sounds (for example a cardboard box or tube, a newspaper, an instrument, a pan and wooden spoon, etc.)
  • wear your clown outfit

Essential requeriments:

  • a laptop with a camera or, failing that, a tablet with a camera (if you have an external webcam that sends a higher quality image than the computer’s camera, all the better)
  • internet connection
  • a free account on Zoom.us
  • your mobile phone (occassionally you will be required to use a timer in the rooms)
  • a private space to work in
    Ideally, we recommend a clear working area of ​​approximately 2 x 2 meters that is within the viewing angle of the camera. Outside that area, you should have some space at least on one side so that you can make exits and entrances into the area (that is, you can “leave camera” at least on one side) . Don’t worry about curtains, sofas, shelves with things on them, etc in the background … these can often be used advantageously during the workshop ;o)
  • adequate lighting (frontal) so that we can see you well, both infront of the computer and when you are in your work area (please avoid bright lights behind you, such as windows through which the sun enters, etc)
  • please put [email protected] as a secure address in your email program so that our email with the link to access the workshop does not go to the spam folder (this could happen, it depends on which email server you use). And if you write us for any reason, put “not spam” at the end of the subject matter to be sure that we will receive it.

Ever found yourself feeling disconnected, confused or struggling to create something funny with a clown partner? Have you ever wondered why there are some clowns who can make any improvisation work, even if there is no particular chemistry with their partner?

Improvising with other clowns is very different than working solo, but it doesn’t have to be more difficult. In fact, it can be a whole lot more fun; with double the creative output and double the opportunities to find ingenious solutions when the going gets tough. But you do need to put into practice certain guide-lines which make playing with other clowns magical, fascinating to watch and of course, hilarious.

In this Masterclass, we’ll focus specifically on working with a partner and on the essential guide-lines that will help both of you feel at ease and connected. We’ll examine the most common ways you can sabotage the fluidity and clarity within an improvisation and how to avoid doing that. We’ll also explore on how you can help each other understand your intentions and develop the things that are working so that your improvisation will seem pre-rehearsed and yet surprisingly fresh.

Caroline Dream

B.A Theatre graduate of Exeter University, she then trained at Fooltime Circus School (Bristol, UK) and refined her education with the best teachers on the performing arts scene. She has performed in festivals and theatres throughout Europe.

She has been teaching clown for 22 years throughout Spain, and internationally in Las Vegas (U.S.A., for Cirque du Soleil artists), New York, Portugal, Germany, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Peru, Mexico and Colombia. She also teaches Corporate Clown Trainings.

Her first clown book was published in Spanish and Portuguese, and then in English under the title, The Clown In You (2014). It has sold over 5000 copies worldwide. Clown Yourself, her second clowning manual was released in November 2020 and is now available in Amazon.

+ info at https://about.carolinedream.com

During the workshop we will not be able to help you if you have technical problems, that’s why…

  • If you have never used Zoom, do a test video conference with a friend or family member.
  • Also check the audio. Zoom has allows you to check the audio. By clicking on the arrow next to the Zoom microphone button, a menu will open. Look for the “Test audio” section.
  • Use this link to find all kinds of help on how to use Zoom.

Some tips to optimise your internet connection

  • If you can connect by cable, it will be better than via wifi.
  • Before the start of the workshop, check that your internet connection works well. Restarting the router by unplugging the power cord for 15 seconds usually increases the speed if you haven’t restarted it for a while.
  • Disconnect the Wi-Fi from all your other devices (mobiles, tablets, tv’s, etc.)
  • Ask the people who live with you not to use the internet during the workshop hours, especially Netflix, YouTube and the like.


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