Find Your Funny: Intro to Clown (Level 2)

  • About this Workshop

    Dive into the next level of comedic exploration with our 3-hour Level 2 Clown Workshop! Building upon the foundations of the intro to clown (level 1) workshop, participants will delve deeper into the realms of playfulness, complicity, and more techniques in creating physical comedy. We will work on crafting unique clown characters, explore their dynamics, and construct short clown routines. This highly dynamic workshop extends the skills acquired in the introductory course, inviting participants to immerse themselves in a physically engaging and laughter-filled experience! This workshop will be a highly physical one, so come dressed in comfortable clothes and be prepared to play.

  • Who is the workshop for?

    Anyone and everyone aged 16 and up! You don't have to be funny to sign up!

Workshop Fees:


    • Date

Date and Time:
18th May 2024: Saturday
2.00 pm – 5.00pm

Venue of Workshop:
The Stage Club
90, Block D Goodman Rd,
#01-23 Goodman Arts Centre,
Singapore 439053


  • Building on concepts on performance skills: complicity, fixed point, rhythm, listening to your audience
  • Devising approaches to Physical Comedy using Movement
  • Creating Clown Characters and exploring dynamics in a duo or trioBuilding a Clown routine

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30% Bundle Discount
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“Out of Stock” means the workshop is full. Email us at hello@hcac.sg with your Name, Email & Contact Number to request to be on the waiting list.

I have never attended an introductory clown class before, can I attend a Level 2?
It is recommended that all students attend an introductory clowning class because we will be building on the basics we have learnt in level 1. If you have done clown training before, this workshop would be a good refresher or place to jam and build that clown muscle in you.

Do I need a red nose?
Red noses will be provided.

Do I have to be funny?
No. The workshop helps us all discover our clowns. Clowns come in various shapes and sizes, talents, and abilities. Sometimes we laugh at clowns who cry or clowns who are too serious, being funny is not at all required.

Do I have to bring anything to the classes?

As our activities and games involve movement, we’d advise wearing athletic gear and water to hydrate.
(Note: Skirts/dresses might impede some movements)

For this workshop, all students will be asked to bring a piece of costume that brings them pleasure.

About the Instructor

Shanice Stanislaus

Shanice is a multiple award-winning clown and actor. Her comedy-clown show ‘Mail Ordered’ is the winner of 3 Canadian Awards; the Pick of the Fringe award (Vancouver), Patron’s Pick Award (Toronto), and the Jester’s Cap Emerging Artist Award (Calgary), and was nominated for the ‘Artistic Risk’ award at the Vancouver Fringe Festival. She was also a featured artist in the award-winning production ‘Dance to Death’ for El Festival Del Grec in Barcelona. She has worked internationally with Flamenco Dance maestro Antonio Vargas, UK Director David Glass, Spanish director Alberto Velasco, and award-winning Broadway jazz choreographer Sue SamuelsShe has trained with Philippe Gaulier and the contemporary clown theatre company, Spymonkey(UK).

In addition to her acting career, Shanice is a creative entrepreneur and the founder of Creatives Inspirit, a Singapore-based creative arts company. She has taught clown, play-based dance workshops with Clown Gym (NYC), International Schools Theatre Association (UK), Singapore Repertory Theatre, and Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity.