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“Clown Me In”? Sabine Choucair and Workshop

Sabine Choucair wanted to integrate a few children games into her clowning workshop and asked her niece to teach her a few of her games. The 10-year old niece replied: “Your workshop is easy compared to my games”

Apparently, the main improvisation technique to allow a smooth flow in clowning is to “agree” with the partners and resume the story.

January 27 near Beirut between the 10th and 14th of February a Clown Me In workshop in Lebanon.
January 28info about the Clown Me In workshop in Lebanon. https://www.facebook.com/events/374062686072054/
Clown Me In's photo.
Join Clown Me In workshop. Monday, February 10 at 6:30pm
Awrad organisation – Behind Habtoor mall – Sin el Fil- Lebanon

After the workshop ended, Sabine Choucair posted on FB:

for the past three nights i have been going back to the Clown Me In workshop space after the departure of the group just to feel the energy“.

Mike Haroutioun Ayvazian posted on FB
February 16You shall not pass, it’s a red light… #clowns #clownmein —
The Clown Me In – Lebanon- Beirut Feb 2014 group decides to go social and hits the road to play with the idea of traffic lights!
Lebanese people “for some weird reason” don’t respect the laws…hmmmm. The CLOWNS have a solution to everything
Photo: You shall not pass, it's a red light... #clowns #clownmein
This is a brilliant Valentine’s night. We had a blast last night with the Clown Me In
Thank you Wissam Nakad Chidiak and Mike Haroutioun Ayvazian for sharing this last night with us
Photo: This is what i call a brilliant Valentine's night.<br /><br /><br /><br />
We had a blast last night with the  Clown Me In, ClownMe In group.<br /><br /><br /><br />
thank you Wissam Nakad Chidiak and Mike Haroutioun Ayvazian for sharing this last night with us
What an amazing time we are having with a fun playful group of people.
Clown Me In's photo.
Clown Me In's photo.
Clown Me In's photo.
Clown Me In's photo.
Our second team to head to the Philippines has just returned home.
Our hosts Plan International have now hosted two teams of clowns allowing them to perform for thousands and teach workshops for youth groups.
It has been such an honor to be…See more — with Tim Cunningham and 4 others.
Our second team to head to the Philippines has just returned home. Our hosts @[305413276583:274:Plan International] have now hosted two teams of clowns allowing them to perform for thousands and teach workshops for youth groups. It has been such an honor to be in the Philippines, bringing laughter to those recovering from Typhoon Haiyan...thank you Plan! And everyone who donated to make this work possible!  </p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
<p>Click the link to read more and see photos: http://www.clownswithoutborders.org/2014/02/thinking-of-the-philippines/
It has been such an honor to be in the Philippines, bringing laughter to those recovering from Typhoon Haiyan…thank you Plan! And everyone who donated to make this work possible!
#clowns teaching Lebanese drivers they should respect the traffic lights
Photo: #clowns teaching lebanese drivers they should respect the traffic lights
ClownMe In @clown me in group hitting the roads today ! Whoop whoop come find us
Photo: ClownMe In @clown me in group hitting the roads today ! Whoop whoop come find us
ClownMe In @clown me in group hitting the roads today ! Whoop whoop come find us — with ClownMe In and 7 others.
Info-graphic On Suicide Bombings in Lebanon. And Frontline Documentary in Syria
A link from Andrew Bossone on FB
On this edition of Media on the MarginsMalihe Razazan speaks with Syrian-born Frontline correspondent Muhammad Ali about his most recent reporting trip from the town of al-Atārib near Aleppo in northern Syria, which is the subject of his Frontline documentary, “Syria’s Second Front.”
Since the start of the uprising in 2011, Ali, a 32-year-old Damascus native, has been to Syira on assignment 13 times.
He called his latest trip “a suicide mission.” According to an annual report from the Committee to Protect JournalistsSyria remained the most deadly place for journalists on the job in 2013.
The Associated Press reports that 30 journalists have been kidnapped or gone missing since April of last year.
Note:
Media on the Margins” is a regular Jadaliyya program dedicated to the stories behind the news, on the fault-lines of journalism and the fringes of public discourse.
In each episode, Malihe Razazan, the winner of the Society for Professional Journalists’ 2012 Community Journalism Award, speaks to reporters, editors, citizen journalists, and photographers to unpack their craft, interrogate their work, and uncover how the news comes to represent the world.
The show shines a spotlight on stories missed, ignored, and omitted as well as the people who tell them. “Media on the Margins” is where “journalism grapples with journalism.” Click to watch the documentary in its entirety on PBS. 

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