There is something brilliant about this group’s approach to the stage.
They take chances, inverting conventional wisdom, and translating it into an entirely new language. I am so wowed by a group that can create a scene using so few words, or in the case of 4 Clowns (7 not 4) using only expressions, noises, gestures, and a well placed sentence here and there.
That Beautiful Laugh does this and so much more with aplomb, giving the audience a loosely structured arch with a wide range of emotions to digest.
I laughed a lot and I cried a little, and the entire time I enjoyed myself.
True performance artists deserve a good audience, so go and join this rambunctious bunch and witness as they breathe life into a world all their own.