DannyChapman e Corky Corbett
Felix Adler e Chalie Smith
Sue Morrison has been the Artistic Director of the Theatre Resource Centre since 1993 and has been associated with the TRC since 1980, where she was Richard Pochinko's apprentice. Sue is well-known as a clown performer, teacher and director and has been the subject of four films profiling her approach to performing and teaching. Her theatrical creations draw together the diverse elements of Clown Through Mask, Bouffon, le Jeu, and Improvisation to create unique performance spectacles.
She has created and performed an eclectic range of works in Toronto, Montreal, New York, Germany, Poland, and Britain and has been a member of The Second City company. Sue has taught for LUME (in Brazil), BlahBlahBlah Theatre Company (London), Koppers Dans (Sweden), France, Telluride Theatre Company (Colorado), the Movement Research Center (New York City), and the Dell'Arte School (California). Her numerous directing credits include Burnt Tongue; It's Me, Only Better; Out of My Skin; Knot ... My Best Moments; ShatterBox; Sleeping Beauties; Clowns in the Vagina.
Barnaby King is a performer, director and teacher based in Chicago, Ilinois, and is the Artistic Director of Flawed Genius Clowning.
In 1996 he completed a Masters in Theatre Studies at Leeds University and went on to be Associate Director with the Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah for five years, directing and performing in plays for young audiences. He began working with clown teacher Sue Morrison in 1999, first in the UK, then in Toronto between 2001 and 2004.
In 2003 he set up his own company, Yellow Belly, and the same year he won an Arts Council of England grant to make a show with Morrison which became 'Flawed Genius'. Since then the show has toured internationally (UK, Canada, USA, Colombia and Peru) and taken many different incarnations. It is performed in Spanish as well as in English, won "Best of the Fest" at Winnipeg Fringe Fetival in 2004, and was featured at the New York Clown Festival in 2006.
Barnaby is a frequent visitor to Colombia, South America, where he teaches clown and performs. He is currently studying for his PhD in clowning at Northwestern University, and is also writing a book with Sue Morrison about clown.
Peteer Chelson e George Lare
Glen "Fosty" Little
Veekay the zoot suit clown
Rebo the clown