Through August 14_
In the world of theater, a classic is everything that the Odyssey Theatre’s production of “Blood Wedding” is not.
As American frontiersmen and pioneers pushed farther west in the late 19th century, they forged their way through some of the most inhospitable regions on the continent.
“Four Clowns,” a performance piece conceived and directed by Jeremy Aluma, perfectly understands this basic characteristic of the clown. During the roughly 90-minute production, staged at the Sacred Fools Theater in Los Angeles, the audience follows four archetypal clowns representing anger, anxiety, sadness and mischief on their journey from childhood to death.
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