Actor. Clown. Mask Performer. Dancer. Acrobat. Puppeteer. Mime. Physical Storyteller.

Each of my original works revolve around movement. I mix physical methods, creating my own innovative style of performance.

I am curious about how to utilize the graceful fluidity of a dancer and the weightless precision of an acrobat and the screaming isolation of a Butoh mask and the vulnerable idiocy of a clown. I explore how all of these genres and methods might play together in a creative puzzle of integrated storytelling.

I have an ongoing fascination with the human body’s ability to communicate through language barriers with its elasticity and multitudes of expression.

I invite audiences to actively reassess, reflect on and engage with their own boundaries and comfort zones.

 

"A national treasure...Don’t miss the opportunity to see this show, or any other show featuring Ms. Longé."
-AXS.com (for THE TWO-STEP)
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Clown Lab

Sunday, January 27
Times: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: 18th & Union: an arts space | 1406 18th Avenue

How do we authentically connect with one another? What makes each of us funny, vivacious and compelling? Where’s a welcoming, liberated playtime that allows for brave exploration of our individuality and creative instincts?

 

Investigate these questions and more at the monthly Clown Lab in Seattle. No theatrical experience necessary. No red noses (contrary to the featured image). Bring your open hearts and minds to laugh together and explore the mysterious ingredients that tickle our funny bones. Bring movement clothes plus a snack and water bottle, too.

 

This is a PWYC workshop. Please consider pitching in $10-25 to cover the space rental + facilitator’s time for curriculum prep and teaching! Thank you!

A Captive Song

Witness the development of new work!

A Captive Song (working title)

TBD... January 2019
Location: TBD

Watch and hear the progression of my latest original one-act script.

Audience feedback welcome in a facilitated Q & A session immediately following.