Angela Delfini (Italy) has a career spanning theatre, film, dance, and clown. Her training includes teatrodanza with Paolo Grassi; dance with Suzanne Linke, Prisca Picano, and Salvatore Tarascio; Lecoq theatre technique with Kuniaki Ida; acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (New York); and clown with Jango Edwards and others at the Nouveau Clown Institute (Barcelona). This multi-faceted training brought her work as an actress, first in Italy, in particular with the Cinema-Theater of Marciel I Colori Della Vita, then as creator and performer of two of her own shows: Festina Lente and Viva il Uorcsciopp: una divagazione sciocca sui diversi modi di immaginarsi il teatro. In France she continued to work with Ploum Company of Marciel and others movie directors. In 2015 she has collaborated with Teatro del Pettirosso in Mantova performing Le Cirque Des Femmes; with the New York Physical Comedy Lab; and with La Semana dos Palaçhos in Portugal.
Currently she is continuing work on her one-woman show; teaching clown; and performing comedy numbers in cabarets.

John Towsen (New York) began his performance career at the age of seven, acting with Red Skelton
and Jackie Gleason on the Red Skelton Show, and subsequently working alongside such names as Gary Moore, Julie Andrews, Kaye Ballard, Alice Ghostley, Myrna Loy, Claudette Colbert, Robert Preston, Tab Hunter, Sid Caesar, Ed Wynn, Claude Rains, Walter Slezak, Kate Smith, Shirley Booth, Margaret Hamilton, Patty Duke, and Joseph Papp. He studied circus, clown, commedia, theatre movement, and improvisation at NYU, Ringling Brothers Clown College, the Valley Studio, the Dell’Arte School, the Center for Circus Arts, and the École Jacques Lecoq. He performed physical comedy and clown-theatre for two decades, and has taught physical comedy all over the world, including full-length courses at Princeton University and the Juilliard school. He lives in New York City, where he teaches and directs physical comedy. He is also the author of the historical work Clowns, and of the physical comedy blog, All Fall Down.



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