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“The clown in the hospital, the profession and the bet”. Vladimir Olshansky

DATE: September 29, 20:00 hrs
LOCATION: Centro de Artesanía de las Artes Escénicas (CAAE)*
C/ Ercilla, 48. Madrid. Metro Acacias or Embajadores

Soccorso Clown Onlus is a pioneering agency in a new professional figure (the clown in the hospital) that meets and synthesises the professionalism of circo and theatre professionals. It is a new kind of show that is adapted to the transfromation of hospital reality.

Soccorso Clown professionals are not volunteers: they are versatile and specialised actors who come from different show areas. These artists are trained in a specific way to acquire techniques which can offer a smile to the small and big dramas of young and older people.

Vladimir Olshansky is artistic director of Soccorso Clown, an organization with over 20 years of experience that defends the importance of a professional clown figure in hospital. During the presentation, the Russian master will speak about his experience developed over time and the prospects of this profession.

Residui Teatro has been collaborating with Vladimir Olshansky since 2005, some of the actors from the CIA have assiduously worked in hospitals in Rome, Florence and Foggia.

DONATION: 5 euros
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*To participate in the activities that take place in Centro de Artesanía de las Artes Escénicas you have to buy the membership card from Residui Teatro. The card costs 3 euros and it is renewed at the beginning of each year. Help us to support the project!


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