Confined to The Living Room, these two Accountants of Death work tirelessly to record the death toll, while the occupational hazards wear on these two clowns as they learn the meaning of life and death. It makes for an absurd and physical jaunt brimming with existential phone calls, impaired dancing and the love of a goldfish.
Amrita Dhaliwal and Gemma Soldati, students of Dr. Brown, Spymonkey's Aitor Basauri, Paolo Coletto, Deanna Fleysher, UCB, Groundlings and teacher's for Cirque du Soleil's, John Gilkey's Idiot Workshop in Los Angeles, have created a clown show inspired by their loss of loved ones. Devised and developed at The Lyric Hyperion Theatre, this show rides the very fine line between comedy and tragedy. Employing physical and absurdist theatre techniques, this show leaves the audience laughing and crying and thrust out into the night to ponder it all.
5/25/2019 ONE NIGHT ONLY, TWO SHOW TIMES!
Saturday night at 8pm and following at 12:15am
Vegas Theatre Hub
705 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, 89101
Vegas Theatre Hub is also proud to present THE IDIOT WORKSHOP with Amrita Dhaliwal and Gemma Soldati on Sunday May 26th 11am-3pm. For more info, visit www.vegastheatrehub.com.
About Amrita Dhaliwal
Performer, creator and director in LA, Amrita can be seen on-stage with John Gilkey’s troupe, the Murge; hosting the hit LA show, Indian Wedding; performing regularly around town from story-telling to clown; and managing the Idiot Workshop. She most recently directed Raghead, a play about the increas**e in hate crimes against Sikh Americans post 9/11. Amrita was a featured actor in the 2017 CBS Diversity Showcase. Her work spans stage and screen, with TV credits like Life in Pieces and Superior Donuts. She has trained extensively in clown with Paola Coletto, Aitor Basauri, Phillipe Gaulier and the Clown School LA; and graduated from The School for Theatre Creators, Second City Chicago, Annoyance, UCB and more.
About Gemma Soldati
Performer, producer and educator in LA, Gemma trained with UCB, Groundlings, John Gilkey’s The Murge, and Phillipe Gaulier. She recently produced Amateur Burl-esque-ish for which the Comedy Bureau noted in their recent “The 100 Best Things in Comedy We Were Witness to in No Particular Order in 2018” – “The idea of a bunch of …doing burlesque might sound suspicious to you, but leave it to Gemma Soldati and many of the regular players of the Lyric Hyperion to bring a fresh, bizarre, surprising, and hysterical take on taking your clothes off comedically.”