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We Are The 0%

dance & physical theatre · clownma dell'arte · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States

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JAYMIE BELLOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2013
Having seen the original incarnation of We Are The 0% last year, I was curious to see what the Clownma gang cooked up for their Fringe revival. We Are The 0% tells the story of a rag-tag gang of hippy clowns fighting against the injustices of the 1%, which includes a rich "Fat Cat" banker clown, his young Kardashian-esque clown wife, and a duo of macho clown cops. This new production of The 0% is splashy, colorful, and stylish, taking the idea of sprightly circus clowns into the 21st century. Standout performances include a shocking stunt with a balloon by Krystal Pires-Patch and a topical game of charades featuring the central trio of bums: Dusty, Q, and Sky. This hour-long performance might feel light on storyline with a muddled ending, b... full review
SHANE ROTHMAN certified reviewer June 18, 2013
We are the 0% tells a story I think we can all relate to. It's a story we don't like to hear about, and yet we are engaged the entire time because clowns are telling us the story! The members of clownma dell'arte all are very skilled at clowning, there is no denying that. It is obvious from the moment you meet each clown, that they are having a great time, and that love for their own work is definitely contagious to the audience. I very much enjoyed my experience during this production, and had a lot of pure fun throughout. The only thing I would say is that a lot of the clowns would act as independent units from time to time, and I feel like the show could have been so much more cohesive if the ensemble really worked as an ensemble, as oppo... full review
LA THEATER CRITIC (.COM) certified reviewer June 17, 2013
Well, CownMa brings it — hard — earning proper respect with We are the 0%, an uproarious, frequently touching tribute (?) to the Occupy Wall Street movement... Read mroe at full review