09 Jun STEPHEN BUESCHER – CRASH! CLANG! CLOWN!
STEPHEN BUESCHER – CRASH! CLANG! CLOWN!
Make a problem. Fail. Make another problem. Solve a problem. Success!Hooray!……and then……….FALL!!! Study the art of playing in the center of the problem with one of the world’s most creative artists. Be prepared to win by losing.
What to wear: Dress to move
What to bring: Water
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Stephen Buescher received his BFA in acting from California Institute of the Arts and is a graduate of the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theater, where he later became a company member and Associate School Director.
He has done further physical theater studies in Centre Selavy in France and with LUME, an international physical theater ensemble in Brazil. He has designed the movement training progression for the Masters of Fine Arts programs at both Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company and, most recently, the American Conservatory Theater.
Stephen has choreographed/designed movement at the American Conservatory Theater for “Hamlet,” “A Thousand Splendid Suns,” “Monstress,” “The Orphan of Zhao,” “Underneath the Lintel” and “Stuck Elevator.” He has also choreographed/designed movement at the Long Wharf Theatre, The Old Globe, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, the Lorraine Hansberry Theater and Trinity Repertory Company.
As an actor, he has performed in numerous original works, with companies such as Dell’Arte International, Oktana Dance (Greece), National Theater of Greece, Heidelberg Danz Teater, American Conservatory Theater, Shotgun Players, Smith/Wymore Dance, Scott Wells and Dancers, and Deborah Slater Dance Theater.