A Clown Show About Rain Presented by Silent Faces
What is it?
A charming, weather-themed clown show that incorporates movement, dance and physical comedy to highlight the importance of understanding and looking and understanding your mental health.
What's it all about?
This lovely show comprises of a strong ensemble (Cordelia Stevenson, Cara Withers, Jack Wakely, Josie Underwood) who go with the flow of their everyday lives and take each storm as it comes. They encounter rain, wind and sunshine, and through these encounters take us on a hilarious and genuine journey of self discovery, friendship and self-acceptance.
How did it make me feel?
What a gorgeous show this is. The cast are completely loveable and wholesome and lead you into their story with a gentle and hearty welcome. The physical aspects are very polished and slick that give this show real heart. The camper storyline throughout is a sweet touch that breaks up the piece and gives the audience a chance to move and understand the experiences of different people.
The clever correlation between dripping water and mental health issues is poignant and clear, and is a sharp turn in the light and jubilant nature of the show that hits you where it hurts.
The three women in particular, are so endearing that you will find yourself sitting agape, laughing and crying as they do and feeling warm and fuzzy as the show comes to a close.
A delight of a clowning experience that is suitable for people from all walks of life.
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