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SYNOPSIS: For how long will Emeka ( Nosa Rex) be able to tolerate his wife Angela (Rachael okonkwo) and her mother Vero ( rita Edochie) ill treatment to him despite being a loving husband? Angela forgets that when you push a man out there is always another woman waiting to take him in.

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The Official World Premiere of Avner The Eccentric in "I Was Born Hungry & I'll Die Hungry, But It Feels So Good To Fill Up In-between." A New Documentary From A Fool's Idea - PRESENTS!

#Documentary #PhysicalTheater #Comedy #Circus #Vaudeville  

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WHEN: Wednesday, July 16th 2014


From the EMMY award-winning creators of "ART or something like it!" comes a brand new chapter in the esteemed artist profile docu-series "A FOOL'S IDEA -- PRESENTS" featuring the world-renowned vaudevillian, hypnotherapist, juggler, mime, expert NLP (neural linguistic programming) teacher, magician and master eccentric performer - Avner Eisenberg (AKA "Avner the Eccentric").

10% of the proceeds raised through our Patreon page (to support Avner's episode of the docu-series) will be donated to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research!

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I am proud to present an all NEW episode of A FOOL'S IDEA - “WHAT’S YOUR ORIGIN STORY (PART 02)?” Season 02 Episode 03; the conversational docu-series about physical comedy, vaudeville, performance art, theater, inspiration, creativity, circus, life and clown!

This is the second part of an intimate/personal exploration of the “Origin Stories” for these 15 passionate performing artist!

Featuring: Adam Zimmerman, Artem Zhimo, Barbara Villa, Chris Lynam, Diana Gadish, Francisco Quirós, Giovanna Bellina, Guillem Alba, Jessica Arpin, Johnny Delight, Mila von Chobiak, Pepa Plana, Rich Potter, Sanjiva Margio & Tom Greder.

With music by Carmela Sinco.

This season follows the stories of 15 professional clowns from around the world gathered together at the Nouveau Clown Institute in Barcelona, Spain. Each episode explores the world of physical comedy/performance theater through eyes of these amazing artists.

Learn about who they are, what makes them tick, their motivations, their origin stories and much much more!

Their stories are inspired and amazing, please be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss a moment!

#documentary, #clown, #clowning, #payasso, #physicalcomedy, #theater, #comedy, #interview, #creativity, #inspiration, #afoolsidea, #podcast, #acting, #actor, #actress, #vaudeville, #burlesque

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Howdy, I am excited to present you with an all new awe inspiring episode of my docu-series "A Fool's Idea"! This episode features the amazing juggling, rope trickin', whip cracking, stilt walkin', bike ridin', eccentric comedy cowboy, clown David "Leapin' Louie" Lichtenstein in; "THAT IS THE LIFE FOR ME!"  Please enjoy & if you happened to be motivated to share his story, that would make the world a slightly better place, and I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

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A shiny new episode of our documentary series just for you! In this episode each of the performing artists begin to unravel the first part of their origin stories. Learn how they were first inspired to venture into the world of the clown. Hold on tight, because this is where things start to get personal!

This episode features: Tom Greder, DIana Gadish Bonas, Senyoreta Pepis, Adam Zimmerman, Barbara Villa, Chris Lynam, Giovanna Bellina and Artem Zhimo; with special guest appearances by Jango Edwards & Rui Ferreira and the Nouveau Clown Institute!

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Hey clown lovers, check out this wonderful article the good folks at THE SNOBBY ROBOT wrote about "A FOOL'S IDEA"! It's pretty awesome!

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Here you go folks, your daily dose of artistic inspiration through the eyes of a wonderfully funny woman!

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How Do You Start Your Clown Adventure?

Meet some of the amazing artists featured in season 02 of "A Fool's Idea".  

Trailer #11 features: Pepa Plana, Artem Zhimo, & Guillem Albà.

We need your help now more then ever, so that we can continue to support the creative performing arts!

Please help support "A Fool's Idea" and the documentation of creativity!

Click here for the series website:

Do you believe in the power of laughter? It is one of the most powerful and intensely cathartic experiences a human being will ever go through. Laughter increases joy and happiness, it creates intimate moments of social bonding, decreases stress, and boosts your immune system.

Do you believe in the power of storytelling? A great story can transform your life and inspire greatness. An amazing story can unite communities, and change the world.

Now, if laughter can make your life better and an amazing story can change the world, wouldn't you then agree that the world's greatest laughter-inducing storytellers would be something special -- something so amazing you might want to learn more about them? Wouldn't it be great if you could have access to the world's greatest storytellers and ask them anything? Wouldn't it be fantastic if someone would take your questions to these great artists and present you with the answers in a fun and entertaining way?

You may ask yourself, who are these mythical masters of comedy and story? Are they real? Can there really be such incredibly talented performers that have the unique ability to communicate with EVERYONE around the world? In order to qualify for consideration as one of the "world's" greatest storytellers, one must be able to effectively communicate across cultural and language barriers.

Does an artist exist who has the ability to spread joy and laughter to every man, woman and child with at least one functioning eye and a brain?

The answer is YES and these artists are called "CLOWNS"!

Clowns are the visual storytellers, the physical comedians, the brilliant creators and performers who have the amazing ability to transcend any spoken or written language and clearly connect and communicate stories to everyone around the world.

These mythical performers do exist, and they have existed for as long as humans have been communicating with each other. In many cultures they have been considered as important to society as spiritual leaders and shaman. In western society they more commonly appear on a stage, on a screen, at a community event, or in the circus. You may already know a few of the more famous names like Charlie Chaplin, Harpo Marx, Buster Keaton, Mister Bean, Jerry Lewis, John Gilkey, Jango Edwards, Emmit Kelly and Red Skelton; but there are so many more around the world whom you most likely have not heard of, whose stories and life experiences are just as powerful and important to share with the world. These master storytellers travel the world spreading joy, wisdom, life experience and happiness to small remote villages, cabarets, theaters, and other communities all over the globe. They have dedicated their lives to the art and craft of communicating stories through the universal visual language of clowning and physical comedy.

These very special, gifted and unique storytellers use different techniques in order to communicate; some use a red nose, others use wacky costumes, sometimes bold makeup, but they only use these tools in order to serve the narrative. Wacky costumes, big hair and a red nose are NOT required tools of the clown, they are simply parts of a vast tool set which can be accessed in order to enhance the artist's ability to visually communicate a narrative. Some artists use these tools and some do not. It all depends on what and how they wish to communicate to any given audience.

Please support "A Fool's Idea" and become part of our story now!

"A Fool's Idea" is our way of helping society learn how to rediscover its innocence so that we all can remember what it means to be human.
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