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Four Clowns presents That Beautiful Laugh

dance & physical theatre · four clowns · Ages 8+ · family friendly · United States

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JEN B June 12, 2012
Excellent clowning! Physical geniuses! Great show! ... full review
TEN WEST June 10, 2012
A very fun and funny show that I recommend to everyone! Based on a conception by Orlando Paboytoy, producer Jeremy Aluma, director Turner Munch and the Four Clowns troupe have created yet another high quality production. The show features some very clever physical gags to great affect, and is generously sprinkled with magical elements and clowning, but most importantly it has a universal appeal and is ultimately a very sweet and touching theatrical experience. Go, and bring the wee lads and lasses in your life. You will be very happy that you did!... full review
DINA KAMPMEYER June 11, 2012
This was my first Fringe show this year and what a way to kick things off! I didn't know what to expect from the show, but I was very pleasantly surprised. There was such beauty in the simplicity of the visual effects, the costumes and the humor. I'd love to see more from Four Clowns and I hope you can stop by and see this charming, touching and hilarious show.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 12, 2012
Great show! Puts a smile on your face that's hard to get rid of. Hilarious fully committed and realized clowns that you want to bring home with you and let them live in your house rent free. ... full review
JENNA SKEVA June 17, 2012
This beautiful show is a heart-warming experience of wonder and imagination. These clowns dare to experience life with open eyes and hearts like those of children. With the elements of slapstick and surprise these clowns will win your laughter and your heart in their journey for 'that beautiful laugh.' In paying great homage to Orlando Pabotoy's show at Cal State Long Beach, this show continues to keep the magic and wonder alive in life, stirring a warm ball of hope in my heart. I laughed, I cried, and I felt in love with the pure sweetness that this troupe brought to the stage- and will see it again and again! ... full review
BEAN SO June 18, 2012
The 4 clowns have done it again. The clowns marry clever lines with captivating stage presence to bust 'that beautiful laugh' from the seams of your inhibitions. It is hard to control your emotions when beauty is bombarding all of your senses. Experience goodness and laugh a little.... full review
ANONYMOUS June 19, 2012
The energy of the show is inspiring. Each cast member has his or her own individual talent and as a group blended smoothly together to become one large amazing bowl of hilarious entertainment. I must say though that O’Precious and Old Man Marvin were my favorites. I really enjoyed this show and would watch it again and again. In fact, I’m buying another set of tickets right now!... full review
ANDREW VIZCARRA June 18, 2012
I went to opening night and plan to go back for closing night. I would go to all the nights in between if my schedule allowed it. From the opening of That Beautiful Laugh I was drawn into another world of mischief and magic. I absolutely loved all of the characters and felt connected to each of their personalities. Marvin was our beloved and talented guide and ringleader, fragile, innocent and naive. He really carried the show and supplied the bridges from one scene to the next. In TBL, he is the conductor and MC(albeit an odd one) who is an incredible "presenter" of the six other clowns. O'Precious was my favorite clown, very snappy, full of attitude and hilarious, at one point singing a perfect rendition of Louis Armstrong's What a ... full review
AMY GEORGE June 21, 2012
A fun, high energy show with great props and skilled actors, ampligyinh the everyday into the comic absurd. OM... full review

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