“It’s already tremendously hot, and children are scattered everywhere. We only get a chance to play for seven of them. Still, it’s a meaningful experience. Even the rickshaw driver is so touched that he gives us a discount, saying, “Nobody ever thinks of these children.”
-Gaby Munoz, performing artist
For this tour, CWB – USA teamed up with Indian clown teacher Sukhmani Kohl, who Gaby Munoz met at a clown workshop in Chandigarh, in 2011. This tour was designed to reach local people, fellow performers, and social workers. CWB worked in Chandigarh, Delhi, and Udaipur, sharing laughter in slums, brothels, and with domestic workers and their children. We were thrilled to collaborate with local artists, and look forward to seeing the project grow.
CWB’s team was formed by Sukhmani Kohli from India, Noah Phoenix from the United States, Sampo Kurppa from Finland, and Gaby Munoz from Mexico.
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