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Sue Proctor

I was married to the house, yet I became a joyful sad clown. Being a clown made sense of my life. I’ve gathered up stories of performance, mime, mask, clowning, puppetry and play that I found lying around outside the box.


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Latest Issues

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Humour in Learning English

The Drama Divas continued. We discovered that one thing that newcomers had trouble with was shopping, so we did a shopping show. Koren played music and was the cashier, Kris was a clothes rack, produce shelf and drink machine, Sue was a rec...

a month ago

Hitting 60 and Becoming Divas

I taught a creative drama class with humour at a senior’s organization called Creative Retirement and several of the students wanted to continue. One of them was working as a volunteer for a program that was teaching English to newcomers, r...

a month ago

I Thought My Performing Was Done, But it’s Not

Going through all these old archives and publishing them brings all kinds of memories back to me. The shows change and grow as I recycle them. Moving on, my clowns keep doing the same things, but in different ways.

2 months ago

And Then There’s Poop

The practice of clowning is so diverse it touches on all aspects of humanity. Sometimes we need to laugh a little to get our trials and challenges into perspective. From a troubling disease to rolling down the hospital corridor with a clown...

2 months ago


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  • Sue Proctor

    I’ve been clowning, performing and teaching in the arts for over thirty years. I use mime and clowning to inform my work as a dramaturg, and in teaching drama to all ages and abilities.

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