Let’s Play: A Clowning Experience with Angie Foster

Apr 14, 2024 12:00PM—3:00PM


Rose Hall, Kimberton Hills Camphill Community, 1601 Pughtown Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460

Cost $40

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Let’s take time to come together to play . . . and find courage for the unknown . . .

  • How can we connect?
  • How can we truly listen?
  • By inviting uncertainty how can we create trust?
  • Together, we can create a safe space for vulnerability and confusion and possibly be surprised by new clarity and warmth and strength

Using games, movement, and improvisation we will use the Clown’s ability to take risks and put logic aside to make way for the imagination. The clown leads with hope, despite the inevitable messes which usually occur.

Appropriate for ages from 15 to 95.

Register with Angie Foster by April 7.
To register and for more info: 4AngieFoster@gmail.com

Angie Foster is a clowning facilitator, drama teacher, director, and actress. She trained as a classical actress at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She then spent years acting professionally including on Broadway, off-Broadway, several years of experimental theatre with Andre Gregory, and repertory theaters around the country. In 2004, she began her training as a clowning facilitator and is currently on the team of Nose to Nose of North America. She has facilitated clowning workshops in the Philadelphia area, at conferences, and elsewhere in the U.S. She has been teaching and directing plays at Kimberton Waldorf School for the past 25 years, continuing to discover the transformative possibilities for students through storytelling and drama. Angie‘s work combines her passion for improvisation and theatre, her quest for what it is to be human, and discovering freedom through play.