Jonah, a new work by Four Clowns (2nd Wednesday)
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
*Please note that despite what Eventbrite says, you do not need to print out your ticket, just mention your last name when checking in.
This afternoon features the story of "Jonah" told with clowning and physical theater.
Please note that for all of these performances, parental supervision is advised (PG-13.) Some violence, language, biblical references and an irreverent sensibility applies.
Jonah - lazy, fitful, argumentative Jonah - is charged with a mission he doesn’t want, and escapes as a stowaway on a boat bound for nowhere. Before he knows it, he is deep in the belly of a sea monster and in big trouble!
Jonah is by David Bridel, co-directed by David Bridel and Jeremy Aluma, starring Don Colliver as CAPTAIN, PUPPET 2, SINGING TREE; Dave Honigman as GOD; Jamie Ann Hultgren as SIRI, SAILOR; Connor Kelly-Eiding as SAILOR, PUPPET 1, SINGING TREE; Amir Levi as WHALE, SAILOR; Lis Vizcarra as JONAH; Anna Walters as ALAN, SAILOR, PUPPET 3, SINGING TREE; Masks & Puppetry Design by Bob Beuth; Set & Props Design by Yuri Okahana; Costume Design by Candy Jo Dahlstrom; Stage Manager Ashley Jo Navarro; Assistant Stage Managers Jinwoo Jung & Julianna Stephanie Ojeda; Assistant Directors David Anis & Benji Kaufman.
Fresh from a stint at New York's La Mama theater, our summer Theater Company in Residence, Four Clowns, has created original adaptations of the stories of "Jonah" and "Noah's Ark" for the Beach House site, with free public performances in rotating repertory July 9-11 & 16-18. This performance is outdoors and is approximately 1 hour long. Please wear layers and sun protection.
Four Clowns is a Los Angeles based nationally touring clown troupe. Dedicated to entertaining as well as experimenting with the relationship between actors and audience, they create new works that utilize physical theater to shine a light on humanity. Follow their blogging at http://beachhouseair.blogspot.com; more about them at http://fourclowns.org
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Getting Here: The Beach House is located at 415 Pacific Coast Highway, Santa Monica, CA 90402 on the west side of Pacific Coast Highway. Enter off PCH at the Beach House Way traffic light.
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