February 2005

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Artmedia - Physical Theatre News - February 2005

  National Circus and Physical Theatre Conference, Australia

  5 day Clown Intensive with Alan Clay, Sydney, Australia

  Major Act Wanted for Festival on the Green, Sydney
  'Atmo' the Mime to Tour New Zealand and Australia
  New 'Angels can Fly' Anecdotes Posted on Blog

  Tasmanian Circus Festival, Australia
  Dell'Arte Abroad: Mask, Shadow Puppetry, Dance, Bali
  Circus Magic Entertainer's Convention, Williamsburg, USA
  Commedia Dell' Arte Course, New York, USA
  Auditions, Cirque Sublime, Toronto, Canada
  Voodoo Vaudeville seeks Performers, Brighton, UK
  Street Performers for Doha Asian Games 2006, Qatar

  Showtech Rigging Courses, Melbourne, Australia
  World Clowns Symposium, Weston-super-Mare, England
  Performer and Venue Manager, Edinburgh Fringe Festival
  Circus Development Officer - South Yorkshire, UK

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Welcome to the February 2005 edition of the Artmedia
physical theatre newsletter, your e-publication with an
Australasian focus and a global perspective.

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This month we welcome the Australian Circus and
Physical Theatre Association (ACAPTA) as sponsors,
with information on the 6th National Circus and Physical
Theatre Conference in Geelong. This is your chance to
plug in and network with other members of the Australian
industry, and like promotion, is worth investing a little time
and money in, and good to connect with the rest of the

The Great Clown Debate will finally get a hearing at the
conference, and so I particularly urge all those interested
in clown training to attend. Register immediately online
(before February 19) and save up to 30%. Registration
includes annual membership to ACAPTA.

In Playspace news I offer the last opportunity for
intensive clown training in Sydney in March, before I
embark on the launch tour for Angels can Fly. And in the
Features you can find a taste of the anecdotes from my
new book, some of which have now been posted on my

Also in the Features, Ku-ring-gai Council in Sydney are
seeking a major act for the 'Festival on the Green', and
performance groups are invited to submit proposals by
February 28. And Byron Bay based mime artist 'Atmo'
is touring New Zealand from the 20th Feb until the 18th
of March, and looking for further workshops and shows
both in Australia and New Zealand.

In the networking we say hi to all those gathering in
Tasmania for the Tasmanian Circus Festival starting next
week, and we have information on the Dell'Arte Abroad
training in mask, shadow puppetry and dance, in Bali.
As Dell'Arte's Co-Artistic Director Joan Schirle, one of
the teachers, says: 'although the tsunami did not bring
physical destruction to the island of Bali, our hearts go
out to the people of Indonesia, and this year's workshop
will have special meaning for all involved.'

In America we have info on the Circus Magic Entertainer's
Convention in Williamsburg, and a Commedia Dell' Arte
Course in New York, as well as an audition for Cirque
Sublime in Toronto, Canada. In the UK,  Voodoo
Vaudeville seeks performers, and street performers are
also sought for the Doha Asian Games in Qatar next year.

In the noticeboard we have a bit of a UK theme with a
call for clowns for the World Clowns Symposium in
Weston-super-Mare, a performer and venue manager is
sought at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and a circus
development officer sought in South Yorkshire. And back
in Australia there is an update on the Showtech rigging
courses in Melbourne.

We aim to provide an avenue of communication for the
physical theatre community, so send us information for
inclusion in this newsletter, and please also forward this
to someone else who may be interested.

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Rosemary Armstrong , walking tall on her aluminum
Aerialize have information on their aerial theatre classes and
  projects in Sydney.
Hemlock Mejarne is an acrobat, stilt-walker, who has a
  range of skills.
Sue Broadway has information on her touring performances
  and projects.
Bike Boy , world-renowned street entertainer and extreme
The Bendy Em Show . Check out Emma's contortion show
Physical TV has info on Karen Pearlman and Richard James
  Allen's Dance Films. www.artmedia.com.au/physical_tv.htm

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Sponsor: 6th National Circus and Physical Theatre Conference

6th National Circus and Physical Theatre Conference
Wed 20, Thu 21 & Fri 22 April, 2005
Geelong Performing Arts Centre, Victoria

3 days of discourse and discussion, insight and investigation
into the current state of play in the Australian circus and
physical theatre industry. Featuring a program of speakers,
forums and working groups, the 6th National Circus and
Physical Theatre Conference will provide a stimulating focal
point for practitioners to meet and discuss issues of current
concern including training, research, clown, insurance, funding,
youth circus, touring, accreditation, circus in education, and
artform development.

Make a point of being there in 2005 and be part of this rare
gathering that brings our diverse industry together from all
corners of the continent.

Wednesday 20 April
:: Welcome
:: Keynote address - Contemporary Circus and Physical
Theatre: A Cultural Context
-  The Contribution of Physical Theatre to the development
of an Australian identity
-  Community Circus as a Tool for Cultural Development:
The Belfast Model
:: Panel Presentation on Funding  Towards a Physical
Theatre Board
:: Circus & Print Media   The Representation of Circus and
Physical Theatre in the Media
:: Panel Presentation & Discussion - The Challenges Facing
Community & Social Circus: Strategies & Success Stories
:: NICA  5 years on, how has NICA changed the industry?

Thursday 21 April
:: Safety Code  (Still) Working towards a Circus Safety
Code of Practice
:: Panel Presentation  International Touring
:: Genre Mavericks - European Ensembles Pioneering New
Interpretations of Circus
:: Circus Training Institutions  Is There A Career Path for
Australian Circus & Physical Theatre Performers
:: Panel Presentation  Is there an Australian Circus
Training style?
:: Panel Presentation -- The Great Clown Debate, the
Pedagogy of Clown in Australia

Friday 22 April
:: Insurance Information Session
:: Recent Research into Circus  Author Presentations
:: Industry Planning Strategy  Future Goals

Future Goals for the Australian Circus
and Physical Theatre Industry and
Association will be a participatory
discussion on the key goals for
industry in the next five years.
The future goals session will give you
an opportunity to debate and discuss
the relevance of ACAPTA's existing
goals, and identify further key goals
for the next five years.
ACAPTA has already identified some
key goals for 2005/6 

1. Raising the general profile of the
Australian circus and physical theatre
industry by hosting an annual National
Circus Day;
2. Securing insurance for free-lance
artists which includes their teaching
activities. Significant discussions in
this area are currently underway with
key insurance agents;
3. Lobbying the federal government
for increased funding for small to
medium companies in our industry.
A small but focused working group
is currently developing a lobbying
strategy to be discussed at the
ACAPTA Member - $75 (save $40 on the regular fee of $115)
Full - $120 (save $40 on the regular fee of $160)
Student/Health Card concession - $100 (save $20 on the
regular fee of $120)

"The conference is the serious
companion to the Tassie circus
festival. If the Tassie Festival is our
community's  "little church" then the
conference is our "chamber of
commerce", where we get the
information, and make the decisions,
that will keep our companies healthy.
Make a daring commitment to our
artform and join us in April".
Antonella Casella, Circus Oz,

Take the leap of faith and register online before February 19,
2005 and save up to 30% (current members save even more!)
Registration includes annual membership to ACAPTA - now
you have two reasons to visit our secure server at

Playspace News - Clown Workshop with Alan Clay

"In the best clown tradition Alan held up a window-mirror for
us to step through and reflect on the patterns, habits and
rituals of our days... It was funny, moving and excellent
theatre." NZ Herald.

5 Day Sydney Clown Intensive, March 14 to 18, Monday
to Friday , 10am to 4pm,

The intensive will provide a contemporary physical approach
to the clown art form, exploring playfulness, irreverence,
and the freedom of 'not knowing'. This is the last opportunity
to work intensively with Alan before he embarks on the
launch tour for Angels can Fly.

Each day starts with an yoga warm up, followed by exercises
to develop physical and emotional expression, and
improvisational exercises to develop comic timing and
audience rapport. The workshop will make interactive use of
the street environment to develop audience rapport and clown

Clown is an art form which has existed for thousands of years,
and undergone a revolution in recent times, as it made the
leap back from circus into theatre, giving birth to 'new clown'
and physical theatre. This course takes a broad view of clown,
which allows students room to develop their own unique style.


This course is a fun way to approach clown because of the
way we interface the studio work with exploration of the street
as a learning environment, as we take some exercises from the
studio and work with them based at street-cafe's in Newtown.
More info at:

Feature - Major act wanted for Festival on the Green

Major act wanted for Festival on the Green
Sunday 19th June 2005 at St Ives, Sydney

Thousands of Ku-ring-gais residents were impressed by the
outdoor aerial theatre performances featured at our inaugural
Festival on the Green last year. This year, on Sunday June 19
we want to impress, entertain and make our visitors laugh.
Can you help?

We anticipate three brief, outdoor performances involving a
theme of old-fashioned clowning, physical theatre, comedy,
audience participation and colour. We also aim to offer
workshops for children and adults to be able to join in the

Performance groups are invited to contact us with an idea or
proposal before February 28. To be considered applicants must
have a registered ABN number and be fully insured.

For further details please call Tracey Palser, Arts Cultural
Officer, Ku-ring-gai Council on 02 9424 0868 or email

Feature: Mime Artist 'Atmo' on Tour New Zealand 2005

Byron Bay based mime artist/performer 'Atmo' is touring
New Zealand from the 20th Feb until the 18th of March with
both, his children's show 'Visit Planet Atmo' and his new
solo show 'Tranche de Vie' with performances at Sydney,
Wellington Fringe, Porirua, Rotorua and Auckland....

Crafted using the traditional art of classical mime blended
with slap-stick & silent ad-lib, Atmo invites his audiences
into the realm of silence, the dream world, literally a virtual

Atmo studied classical mime in Germany and was the
youngest student to be trained at the Dvorak School for the
Dramatic Arts studying under Istvan Dvorak (Russia). He
started performing solo mime from as young as 14 years
old and has since traveled and performed extensively.

Atmo's Tour NZ '05 includes workshops and street
performances as well as special featured performances as
the Leprechauns & Goblins at the Auckland St Patrick's
Day Celebrations. All tour dates are on www.planet-atmo.com

For enquiries regarding further performances, school visits
and workshops during this tour or his following visits
(Oct/Nov 05), please write to
Following his tour he will be available for workshops and
performances both, in Australia and again in New Zealand.

Angels can Fly, A Modern Clown User Guide

In May I will launch my new book, Angels can Fly, a Modern
Clown User Guide, and some of the individual exercises from
this book have now been posted on my blog, and I have also
posted some of the recently submitted anecdotes. Here are
a few examples:

Amelia Cadwallader - Clown School in Ibiza

"The first time I heard about a clown school in Ibiza, Spain, was
as I walked down a darkened wet street in Hobart, Tasmania.
At the time the idea of clown school on a Balearic Island
seemed foreign and I put it to the back of my mind. The idea
never sat still, and one year later was bought to life as I
stepped off a plane and onto the island of Ibiza. As I walked
along the tarmac I realised I had no idea of what was to come
from my decision to complete the three month Summer
academy at Bont's International Clown School." Read the rest
of this anecdote at

Kirk Marsh - Realization of my Clowning

"So I get a job at a Las Vegas
casino as a juggler/stiltwalker
to do a pre-show for a floor
show. At this point I could
juggle, but couldn't do anything
fancy while down the strip the
best juggler in the world is
performing. For the first month
of my contract I got no response
at all. Nothing. A slight applause
now and then, but nothing more"
Read the rest of this anecdote at:

Johnny Melvile - Basque Clown Anecdote

"It was October 1982. I was pursuing my solo career all over
Europe but also working together on a project for theatre with a
Swedish company JORD CIRCUS. The show was inspired by
the book 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' by Gabriel Garcia
Marquez . Our idea was to rehearse on the road at various
festivals where we could play our own shows but still meet to
develop the ideas for the new show which was to be premiered
at the World Festival of Theatre in Nancy 1983. The group and
I met in San Sebastian in the Basque country. Spain had
transformed from a Fascist dictatorship to party-land after the
death of Franco in 1975. The situation in the Basque country
however was still critical with separatists and government-forces
committing acts of violence against each other in the name of
freedom" Read the rest of this anecdote at

Alan Clay's book Angels can Fly is available free in eBook format
at:http://www.alanclay.com.au/ebook_list.htm and will be available
in paperback, on order through bookshops and online stores, in

May 2005.

Networking and Feedback

"Alan, this is just a great publication. I enjoy it so much, and it
truly brings the world of Circus Arts and Physical Theatre right
into my living room." Thank you. Paul Hooson, Director, Cirque
Alexander, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

"2005 Tasmanian Circus Festival - February 25-27. Everybody
loves The Tasmanian Circus Festival, from professional artists
who go to train and catch up with old friends, to the general
public who attend for the final weekend which is chock full of
fantastic shows. If you're new to Australia or Circus and
Physical Theatre there's no better place to get to grips with
what it's all about, and have more fun than you ever thought
possible. Antonella Casella (of Circus Oz) describes the event
as "the get together that nurtures, grows and celebrates
Australia's new circus community, the festival is our heart, and
the site at Golconda is our "heartland"." The line up includes:
Riggerous, Cirque Risque, 2-Short Sault Poets, The Parting
Company, The Candy Butchers, Throw Down, Joel Salom plus
many more are already confirmed. ACAPTA will be in residence
at the 2005 Tasmanian Circus Festival - running the
Bee-Bop-A-Blue Bar and an information stand plus organising
a series of nightly talks." Tony Rooke, Festival Director. Find
a link to the Tasmanian Circus Festival under Festivals at

"Dell'Arte Study Abroad: Bali. Session: March 21 to April 21.
Although the tsunami did not bring physical destruction to the
island of Bali, our hearts go out to the people of Indonesia.
This year's workshop will have special meaning for all involved.
A unique learning opportunity... Study with Balinese and
American teachers ... Where art, performance, spirit, and
community intersect... A month-long immersion in the
performing arts and culture of Bali studying with Balinese
master teachers, as well as Dell'Arte faculty. Choose a major
focus in Balinese mask carving, shadow puppetry or dance,
plus attend performances, visit temples, sacred sites, and
enjoy the wonderful hospitality of the Balinese people. Led
by Dell'Arte's Co-Artistic Director Joan Schirle with mask
carver and instructor Newman, the program is a transformative
learning experience for all who take part. The program begins
with three days of orientation to the language, customs,
ceremonies, and arts of Bali, as well as informal meetings with
Balinese teachers to observe their work. A symposium on
traditional masks, visits to the studios of several mask carvers,
puppet makers, attendance at a shadow play and dance
performances will be part of our introductory work. During the
 next four  weeks, classes will meet five days a week. Students
will participate in regular Yoga/Alexander Technique sessions,
and symposiums on the links between Balinese and western
mask performance traditions." Find a link to Dell'Arte under
Training at: http://www.artmedia.com.au/links.htm

"Circus Magic 2004 - February 25-27, Williamsburg, VA,
USA. Folks keep coming back to Circus Magic because we
work hard to bring you an invigorating 3 day convention
where you can learn to develop the techniques that will make
you a better performer. Our workshops are chock full of ideas
from Americas foremost performers  ideas that youll use
immediately in your own routines. You've probably heard
about our reputation for having a phenomenal lineup of
topflight talent. Each year we assemble an outstanding array
of premier professionals who are willing to share their
techniques for successful performing with you. Check out
some of the great activities planned for this year's convention!         
Exciting Activities, Fantastic Workshops, Over 50 Classes!
33 Instructors, Competition, Advanced Classes, Gala
Performance, Exhibitor Show, Great Friends! Preconvention
Workshops." Find a link to the Circus Magic Entertainer's
Convention under Training at: www.artmedia.com.au/links.htm

"Commedia Dell' Arte, March 14-19, Pier Studios, (Houston
& West St. Pier 40) New York City. 8:30 AM till 9:00 PM,
US$495. Hovey Burgess, Julie Goell and Stanley Allan
Sherman combine 117 years of theater experience to give
students a firm grounding in Classical Commedia Dell' Arte.
Teaching collaboratively, these three master teachers offer
an integrated program of masks, music, dance, acrobatics,
slapstick, juggling, improvisation, scenario work and more!
Students learn the physical style of Commedia Dell' Arte as
it was "then" and how it may be used "now" as a creative
tool for actors, performers and directors. This demanding
physical style of theater is taught as a fascinating theatrical
idiom in its own right and serves as an invaluable tool for the
contemporary theater professional." Stanley. Find a link
to the Commedia Dell Arte Training in NY under Training at

"Auditions, Cirque Sublime, based in Toronto, Canada, is
seeking talented and versatile athletes and artists for their
2005/2006 newest production tour "Pendulum". If you have a
background in one or more of the following skills, we would
love to see you audition: Acro Sport, Trampoline, Power
Tumbling, Gymnastics, Diving, Dance, Singing, Theatre/
clowning. Also, if you are currently an experienced aerialist on
equipment such as Aerial Silks, Hoop, Single Trapeze, Straps
or other circus apparatus, please bring your demo video to the
auditions. If you cannot attend the audition videos of full acts
and skills may be sent through the mail. email us to find out
the audition dates and times, and find our email address on
our web site."  Find a link to Cirque Sublime under Circus at

"Voodoo Vaudeville is currently looking for two performers,
depending on the outcome of funding application, to join the
company for a new touring show for 2005, rehearsing in late
Feb early March.. with a series of dates starting March 19th
Applicants should have good movement/physical skills with
an understanding of clown and character work. A desire to
experiment is essential. The company was formed in '99 and
since then has established itself as an experimental theatre
company mixing art forms such as dance, physical theatre,
vaudeville cabaret, film and comedy. It has had a residency
at the Komedia in Brighton for the past five years where it
has built a cult following and a reputation for random acts of
senseless beauty. Others play at vaudeville but  Voodoo
Vaudeville play harder....Classy, arsey arty entertainment
Total Theatre visit the website for more information:
CVs and photos to Voodoo Vaudeville, 272 Eastern Road,
Brighton, BN2 5TA." Find a link to Voodoo Vaudeville under
Physical Theatre at

"Doha Asian Games Committee Cultural Events Team is
pleased to announce the recruitment of Street Performers
from around the world to come and participate in: "The
Games of Your Life" the Doha Asian Games 2006, in Qatar,
in December 2006."
Find a link to the Doha Asian Games under Festivals at


"Here is your update on Showtech Courses for 2005.
Showtechs courses last year were a great success with
over 200 people attending our courses. Most people have
been from the entertainment industry direct, however we have
also had people from many other industries including the
United Nations and our new Certificate in Entertainment
Technical Skills at NIDA, which we hope to develop further
into other schools, institutions and workplaces. Tiny has had
a busy 2004 spending several weeks in Athens working on the
opening and closing ceremonies team, 6 weeks in the
Philippines working on a production and training the local crew
on the mechanics of flying 12 performers for their performance
of A Midsummer Nights dream, which was done in traditional
Shakespeare and tagalong their local language. This along with
many and various other local events and productions, film and
television gigs and moving to our new premises at Braeside
has kept Tiny and the crew at Showtech very busy." Robyn
Good - Showtech Australia. Find a link to Showtech under
Training at www.artmedia.com.au/links.htm

"Following our very successful World Clowns Symposium 
in Weston-super-Mare, England in 2003, I am pleased to
announce an International Clowns Festival in the same town,
Weston-super-Mare: 19 September 2005 to 26th September
2005, at The Winter Gardens, Weston-super-Mare, England.
A British Arts Council Grant and other Grants and Sponsors
from private Companies will allow us to offer Clowns from
overseas the following fees/subsidies towards international
travel and accommodation: Europe: #100.00 sterling +
#15.00 sterling per night towards accommodation.
USA/Canada/Mexico/Puerto Rico: #250.00 sterling + #15.00
sterling per night towards accommodation. Pacific
(Australia/New Zealand/Philippines): Up to #400 sterling +
#15.00 sterling per night towards accommodation. Any clown
interested in applying to attend, please send me a resume,
together with a photograph in motley. I will send you details
of the programme. We look forward to hearing from you."
Best clown wishes and regards, Blue Brattle, Clown Bluey
for Charivari and Clowns International.

Performer and Venue Manager, Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
With up to 17,000 performers and over 200 venues this is a
position for someone who appreciates a challenge. This
post is an exceptional opportunity to play a key role in the
centre of the world's largest arts festival, helping ensure all
participants benefit from their involvement in this unique
event. For a full job description go to the Fringe website.
To apply: Please send a CV and covering letter to Fringe
Director, Paul Gudgin. Deadline: March 1st 2005." Find
a link to the Edinburgh Fringe under Festivals at:

"Circus Development Officer - South Yorkshire. We are
looking for an enthusiastic performer with organising skills;
to work with SWAMP CIRCUS on a new community /
street performance company based at MAGNA science
adventure centre. Mentored by the experienced managers
and artistes of  SWAMP CIRCUS. Training available. You
need to have acrobatic, mime, break-dance and /or
juggling skills, performing experience, basic IT skills,
driving license. Basic pay #14,000 p.a.- 4 day week.
Other income potential to be discussed with each
individual." Richard

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