What is clown? For an art form that's been around 1000s of years, this is a surprisingly hard question to answer. Legendary clown director/visionary/performer and host Chad Damiani -- along with his musical/technical director/sidekick James Venable -- explore this subject by interviewing a variety of artists who employ clown in different ways. That includes circus folks, performance artists, comics and improvisers.. but also musicians, social media stars, filmmakers and even pro wrestlers. What are the universal elements of clown that connect all these very different people together? And when it comes to strongly opposing views about the nature of the work, why is Chad's opinion always correct? This podcast is named after Chad's monthly show at LA's Elysian Theater (last Mondays at 9:30pm), where he ruthlessly live directs stand-up comics through a grueling gauntlet of clown work.
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Chad interviews clown performer TYLER WEST! Tyler West is based out of New York and has performed at venues like The Box, The House of Yes, The Slipper Room and Stamptown. Chad and Tyler discuss the difference between Cirque-style pieces and lots of ... more
Chad interviews teaching artist and veteran improviser ANDEL SUDIK. Andel took Chad’s clown intensive earlier this year and has doubled-down on her exploration of the work (which she’s dabbled in for years). They cover a ton of topics, including the ... more
Chad interviews clown, teacher, actor and improviser KRISTEN SCHIER. Chad and Kristen discuss the Portland clown scene and Chad’s recent trip up to teach and perform. They also talk about combining clown and improv, self-doubt, the challenge of chall... more
What more do you need? Not only does this podcast help change the modern perception of a clown, there a deep dives in audience reactions, communication in performance, individual characterization, and so so much more. To say clowning and Chad’s teachings have been psychologically and emotionally satisfying in every possible way. Hard recommend
Great window into the art of clown!
I listen to it all the time. It’s the best clown thing I can find. Chad and James are always the same, But every show is a new clown with a new name. If you know, you know. If you don’t? I recommend you give it a go.
Came for the clown talk and stayed for the minute of Jim
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STAND UP AND CLOWN launched a year ago and published 56 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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