At the invitation of fellow-clown activist Mariamalia Cob, Institute Associate and Univ. of Washington at Tacoma lecturer Tony Perone and faculty Marian Rich recently returned from a therapeutic clowning tour to the poor communities of San Jose, Costa Rica, led by famed medical doctor
At the invitation of fellow-clown activist Mariamalia Cob, International Class alums Tony Perone and Marian Rich will finish up their week of clowning in poor communities of San Jose, Costa Rica, with famed medical doctor and performance activist Patch Adams by leading a workshop at
Institute faculty Mary Fridley and Marian Rich have been tapped to present at the national conference of the International Society of Humor Studies in Oakland, California in July, on the history and development of their popular, philosophical/ performatory workshop, “Laughing Matters.
Marian Rich and Mary Fridley’s workshop this past weekend, Laughing Matters: A Playful/Philosophical Approach to Creating Humor, drew 25 people interested in learning to create environments to bring more humor, laughter and lightness into their lives. (No small feat!) “We