Founder & Founding Artistic Director
Jeremy Aluma is an award-winning, Jewish-American theatre director and producer of Iraqi descent. He founded the internationally touring clown troupe, Four Clowns and served as artistic director during the first seven years. Credits include: Abraham & Isaac (MuBe Cultural Theatre, São Paulo, Brazil); Four Clowns (La MaMa, NYC); Pinocchio and Robin Hood (South Coast Repertory); Sublimity (Theatre Row, NYC); Lunatics & Actors (Shakespeare Center, LA); Henry’s Potato (REDCAT, LA); Beyond Dark (Odyssey Theater, LA); Jonah (Annenberg, Santa Monica); Crumble (Sacred Fools, LA); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Urban Theatre Movement, LA); and In Arabia We’d All Be Kings (Alive Theatre, Long Beach). Nationally, he has directed productions at Chopin Theatre (Chicago); Gremlin Theatre (St. Paul, MN); Exit Theatre (San Francisco); Indy Fringe Theater (Indianapolis); Space 55 (Phoenix); and Insurgo Theater Movement (Las Vegas) amongst others. He is the recipient of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Cultural Exchange International Grant, the City of Santa Monica, Annenberg Community Beach House Residency, and the Long Beach Arts Council Community Project Grant. Since graduating Cum Laude from California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Directing, Aluma has attended prestigious training programs such as, the Master Conservatory program in Bali, Indonesia; Director’s Lab West; and The Actor’s Center in NYC. He continues to teach and take classes at The Clown School and is currently pursuing his MFA in Directing at The Theatre School at DePaul University. jeremyaluma.com
David Anthony Anis
David Anthony Anis is the Managing Director of Four Clowns, and he sits on the Executive Board. He has been a part of the company for the past 2 seasons. Four Clowns credits: Sublimity (Producer), Somewhere Like Earth (Producer), Henry's Potato at REDCAT (Producer), and Noah and Jonah at the Annenberg Community Beach House (Assistant Director). Anis is a playwright, theatre producer, performer and director. He studied theatre at Cal State University Long Beach where he graduated in Spring of 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance. As an actor he recently played Feste in Twelfth Night with Shakespeare Santa Monica. As a director and producer he recently put up shows at the Long Beach Playhouse and the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Two of his one-acts have been produced at Fullerton’s Directors Festival both winning the honor of selection for the Best of Fest award. David continues to write and produce material that inspires him.
Jamie Ann Hultgren is the Company Manager of Four Clowns, and she sits on the Executive Board. This is her second season as a company member. Jamie makes her performing debut with Four Clowns in Noah & Jonah. She has performed with Guthrie Theater, Jungle Theater, Festival Theater, DCLO, LA Opera, Phantom Projects, Theater Unbound, and National Theater for Children. Her written work has been staged at Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis. Jamie studied at Gustavus Adolphus College (BA), Wesley Balk Music-Theater Institute, Groundlings, Nautilus Music-Theater Composer-Librettist Studio, Loft Literary Center, Theater de La Jeune Lune, and recently completed the Professional Program for Television Writing at the UCLA Graduate School for Theater, Film, and Television. She has been training with The Clown School since 2012.
Before becoming Artistic Director, Mike Funt served for two years on the Executive Board of Four Clowns as the Director of Touring, and has worked with the company for the past five seasons. Four Clowns credits: nationally touring The Day They Hung The Elephant (writer/performer) including as guest artist for the 2014 Georgia Theatre Conference, That Beautiful Laugh (performer), Sublimity (assistant director & stage manager), and Somewhere Like Earth (conceiver/writer). Additionally, Funt works with local LA Clown Troupe, The Innocents, and is a highly-respected and sought after teaching artist who travels the world leading workshops in clown, mask, and circus arts. Other favorite past performances include Jean Lafitte in his original slapstick comedy show, Jackson-Lafitte: A Vaudeville, Capitano in several Commedia dell'Arte shows, Clown 1 in The 39 Steps, and Orgon in Tartuffe. Funt has directed many shows utilizing his personal brand of physical performance including Servant of Two Masters, a stage adaptation of the 1971 film, Cold Turkey, and his own translation and adaptation of Moliere's, The Imaginary Invalid. He is an instructor at The Clown School and has taught physical improv at iO West and iO in Chicago. Clown training includes work with David Bridel at The Clown School, Philippe Gaulier, Aitor Basauri, Stefan Haves and John Gilkey of Cirque du Soleil, Avner the Eccentric, Aziz Gual, and instructors from Ringling Brothers. He formerly taught at the San Francisco Comedy College and served five years as head of the Theatre Department for the Georgia Governor's Honors Program.
Sara Waugh is the Marketing Director of Four Clowns, and she sits on the Executive Board. She has been a part of the company for the past 2 seasons. Four Clowns credits: Somewhere Like Earth at the Imaginese Festival (Marketing Director), Henry's Potato at REDCAT (Social Media Marketing Coordinator), Sublimity at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre in Los Angeles and the United Solo Festival in NYC (Co-Marketing Director). Waugh has acquired management and producing experience from her time working with LORT theatres all over the country, including: Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles, the Roundabout Theatre Company's Laura Pels Theatre in NYC, and the Clarence Brown Theatre in Knoxville, TN. She is an MFA/MBA candidate at California State University, Long Beach for Theatre Management, and has also served as the Director of Marketing for the CSULB Theatre Arts Department's California Repertory Company and University Players; she is currently the Education/Literary Manager. Waugh graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre.
David Bridel is the Associate Director of Four Clowns, and has been a part of the company for the last 3 seasons. Four Clowns credits: Lunatics and Actors at the Lyric-Hyperion (Writer, Co-Director); Sublimity at the Lyric-Hyperion, the International Drama Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York - Winner, ARC Grant from the Center for Cultural Initiatives and Best Satire at the USF (Writer, Performer, Co-Director); Noah & Jonah (Writer, Co-Director). An award-winning playwright, director, choreographer, performer, and teacher of acting, movement and clown, David's work has been seen in major theatres and opera houses and festivals across the world, including Los Angeles, New York, London, Tel Aviv, Beijing, Sao Paulo, Paris, Vienna, Munich, Mexico City, Guanuajato, Santiago and Madrid. He is the winner of an Entertainment Weekly Special Events Award, a Zumberge Award, an Anna Sosenko Musical Theatre Award, a NYFA Fiction Award, and his productions have been nominated for the LA Weekly Theatre Awards. David is the Director of the MFA in Acting for the School of Dramatic Arts at the University of Southern California. He is also the Founding & Artistic Director of The Clown School.
Raymond Lee is an associate member of Four Clowns. He has been a part of the company for the past 4 seasons. Four Clowns credits; Four Clowns (Performer as Angry Clown), Robin Hood at South Coast Repertory (Performer as Little John, Prince John, Friar Tuck & Will Scarlet), Four Clowns: Romeo & Juliet (Performer as Mercutio, Lord Capulet & Friar Lawrence), That Beautiful Laugh at 2012 Hollywood Fringe (Performer as O'Precious), Lunatics & Actors (Performer as Pepe), Me Rich You Learn (Assistant Director), and Henry's Potato at REDCAT (Assistant Director). Raymond Lee is a Los Angeles native. He has performed at several venues in and around Los Angeles, some of which include: The Ahmanson Theatre, South Coast Repertory, Sacred Fools Theatre, The Carpenter Center, Open Fist, The Hayworth, UCB, The Queen Mary, and The Garage Theatre. Regional theaters include: Neo-futurist, Chopin Theatre (Chicago), The Gremlin (St. Paul), and Indy Fringe Theater (Indianapolis). Television credits include: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, How I Met Your Mother, Ben and Kate, Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous, and Trophy Wife. He has appeared in over a dozen national commercials and on his days off you can find him playing at The Clown School or hanging out with his momma. www.theraymondlee.com.
Zach Steel serves on the Marketing Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. He has been a part of the company for the past 4 seasons. Four Clowns credits: Four Clowns: Romeo & Juliet (Performer - Winner of Top of the Fringe, Best World Premiere, Best in Physical Theatre), Lunatics & Actors (Performer), Me Rich You Learn (Writer/Performer - Winner of Best World Premiere, Best in Physical Theatre), and Henry's Potato at REDCAT (Writer/Performer). Prior to that, Zach studied at The Experimental Theater Wing of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Throughout, he has continued writing, producing, and performing in his own work in both New York and Los Angeles. Venues include PS 122, St. Anne’s Warehouse, La Mama, etc., The Gene Frankel, The Upright Citizens’ Brigade Theater (LA and NY), and The Asylum Theater in LA. Television: Shameless (Showtime), Parenthood (NBC), A.N.T. Farm (Disney), Key & Peele (Comedy Central), Kath & Kim (NBC), MadTV (Fox). He has been teaching at The Clown School since 2012.
Julia Davis serves on the Touring Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. She has been a part of the company for the past 3 seasons. Four Clowns credits: Robin Hood at South Coast Repertory (Performer), That Beautiful Laugh at Long Beach Playhouse (Performer), The Day They Hung The Elephant (Performer), and Somewhere Like Earth at Attic Theatre (Performer). She is continuing working on The Day They Hung The Elephant with fellow company member Mike Funt, preparing to take it around the country. Theatre credits include: For The Birds (Getty Villa), Top Girls (Antaeus Theatre Company), Everything You Touch (Theatre at Boston Court), and Servant of Two Masters (Archway Theatre). TV/Film: Tosh.0, Timon of Athens, Break a Hip and Survival Jobs. She received her MFA from University of Southern California, her BA from San Francisco State University and has trained at The Clown School. Proud member of Four Clowns, Antaeus A2 Ensemble, and AEA.
Dave Honigman serves on the Grants Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. He has been a part of the company for the past 3 seasons. Four Clowns credits; That Beautiful Laugh at 2012 Hollywood Fringe & Long Beach Playhouse (Performer as Tom One Klepton), Somewhere Like Earth (Performer), Lunatics & Actors (Stage Manager) and Four Clowns at South Coast Repertory (Stage Manager). Honigman was in Turner Munch’s Bitter Lemons award-winning Porter’s MacBeth and is on the Lyric Hyperion Theatre and Café team, serving you steamy lattes and “Et tu Brute”s. His work can be found on the internet and probably in his mother’s scrapbooks. His favorite form of humor is self-deprecation; he only wishes he were good at it.
Connor Kelly-Eiding serves on the Marketing Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. She has been a part of the company for the past 3 seasons. Four Clowns credits; That Beautiful Laugh at 2012 Hollywood Fringe & Long Beach Playhouse (Performer as Peking Duck). She is a graduate of the BFA acting program at USC’s School of Theatre and has trained with The Clown School for the past two years. She has performed on many stages across Los Angeles, including The Antaeus Company, the Ivar Theater, the Pico Playhouse, the Asylum Lab Theatre, a bunch of theatres on the campus of USC, a warehouse in Atwater Village, a parking garage in downtown Los Angeles, and several others. Connor is also a member of the Mechanicals Theatre Group. She has provided the narration for audio books for Audible Inc and Penguin Audio, as well as voice over for several industrials and a kids’ computer game.
Ashley Jo Navarro
Resident Stage Manager
Ashley Jo Navarro is the Resident Stage Manager of Four Clowns, and she is company member. She has been a part of the company for the past 2 seasons. Four Clowns credits: That Beautiful Laugh at Long Beach Playhouse (Stage Manager), Me Rich You Learn at 2013 Hollywood Fringe (Stage Manager), and Somewhere Like Earth (Stage Manager). Elsewhere, she has stage managed A Christmas Carol in 2010, 2012, and 2013 (Sierra Madre Playhouse), comedian Brandon Sharkey’s one-man show BS Town Hall Meeting 2012 (The Fake Gallery), Mrs. Scrooge the Musical (West of Broadway), and the West Coast Premiere of Bottom of the World (The Vagrancy Theater Company). She has also served residency for stage management at the Knightsbridge Theater / National Shakespeare Company in Silverlake, Outreach Director for the Hollywood Fight Club Theater, and head choreographer for the Bella Musical Theater Troupe and Bella Music Studios.
Resident Lighting Designer
Donny Jackson is the Resident Lighting Designer of Four Clowns, and is a company member. He has been a part of the company for the past 2 seasons. Four Clowns credits: That Beautiful Laugh at Long Beach Playhouse (Lighting Designer), the premiere of The Day They Hung the Elephant at Son of Semele Theatre (Lighting Designer), Sublimity at Lyric-Hyperion Theatre (Lighting Designer), and the NY premiere of Four Clowns at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club (Lighting Designer). Work highlights include: the premiere of Closely Related Keys directed by Shirley Jo Finney (Lounge Theatre), the West Coast premiere of In the Heights (Casa 0101 Theatre), Phenomenal written/directed by Macy Gray (Ramon Cortines Performing Arts), and the premiere of Welcome Back 29ers, written/directed by Emmy-winning “Seinfeld” writer, Sam Henry Kass (Hayworth Theatre). Other credits: Fat Pig, RENT (Hudson Theatre), Intimately Wilde (Olio Theatre Works), A Chorus Line (Freud Playhouse), Boeing Boeing, The Glass Menagerie, Vigils and Fuddy Meers (Long Beach Playhouse). Upcoming projects; Lysistrata (Hollywood Fringe Festival), Fiddler on the Roof (Long Beach Playhouse). He holds an MFA in Lighting from UCLA. www.DonnyJackson.com
Jennifer Carroll Abssy
Jennifer Carroll Abssy is on the Artistic Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. This is her 1st season with Four Clowns. Four Clowns credits: Somewhere Like Earth (Performer as the Land Guardian). She has performed original work at ACME Comedy Mainstage, Highways Performance Space and Improv Olympic West. She has also performed with the New York Shakespeare Festival and toured the US with the National Shakespeare Company. She holds a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin and an MA in Educational Theater from NYU. Other training includes: ACME Sketch Writing, LA Theatresports, Ruth Zaporah's Action Theater and The Clown School.
Don Colliver is a company member of Four Clowns, and has been a member for the past 2 seasons. Four Clowns credits: upcoming The Halfwits Last Hurrah at 2015 Hollywood Fringe (Writer and Performer as Butterbeans Arbuckle), Noah and Jonah at the Annenberg Beach House (Performer as Noah & Pirate Captain), and Cavern of Whimsy Variety Show at the Ruby Theatre (Performer). Don has performed with the Actors Gang, Wet the Hippo, The Innocents Clown Troupe, Theatresports, the award-winning Improv Olympic mainstage sketch team, DJ Faucet, and in literally hundreds of indie comedy shows. He originated the lead role of “Captain Buck” in the 60’s space sex musical Wild Space A Go Go. Don graduated Summa Cum Laude from Boston University. He has trained in clowning David Bridel at The Clown School, Sue Morrison, John Gilkey, and Aitor Basauri. Don has a 20 year career in television production which has no idea about his alter-ego.
Helen Udy is a company member with Four Clowns, this is her first season. Four Clowns credits: upcoming The Halfwits' Last Hurrah (Performer). Helene's training includes Level 1, 2, and 3/performance with David Bridel, and Comedia with Virginia Scott at The Clown School. Other training includes John Gilkey’s Idiot Workshop, and performance workshops with Deanna Fleysher and Stefan Haves. Helene has performed in independent 99 seat theaters all around Los Angeles over the past several years, including Theater of Note, The Cupcake Theater, The Pink Elephant, and The Complex. She won a “Best Musical” award for her direction of Rehab The Musical at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2010, and a Backstage West award for her direction of Out in America in 1995. In between times she has been mastering areal arts, partner hand balancing and stilts, and working in Film and TV. Helene is best known as series regular “Myra” on the CBS TV series Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Pel on Deep Space Nine, and Sylvia in My Bloody Valentine. She was also the first Frannie on As The World Turns very long ago.
Suzanne Santos is a company member of Four Clowns, this is her first season. Four Clowns credits: The Halfwits' Last Hurrah (Skills Trainer). Suzanne is also The Amazing Juan! Juan performed regularly in Chicago at El Circo Cheapo and debuted in Canada at Le Carnaval Carmagnole. She has performed and toured in Los Angeles and internationally: Zephyr Theatre (Los Angeles), Bedlam Theatre (Edinburgh), Voice Factory (San Francisco), Smock Alley (Dublin) and The Rattlestick Theatre (Off-Broadway). She performed 2 seasons with San Francisco's Pickle Family Circus School Tour in over 40 Alameda County Schools. She toured her original theatrical clown piece The Damsel's Demise at the Brick Theatre for the New York Clown Festival and at the Traveling Jewish Theatre for the FOOLS Fury Festival (San Francisco). In Los Angeles, Suzanne has acted, written, and directed at CASA 0101, including her bouffon piece, Mockupy. She is most proud of her work with Clowns Without Borders, Haiti. She continues her training with SITI Company, The Actors' Gang, and Krin Haglund. Suzanne holds a BA in Theatre from George Fox University and an MA in Theatrical Clowning from New College of California's Experimental Performance Institute. She is a graduate of Clown Conservatory and Dell'Arte International. www.suzsantos.com
Charlotte Chanler is a company member of Four Clowns. She is thrilled to be a new member joining for her first season. Four Clowns credits; upcoming The Halfwits' Last Hurrah (Ventriloquist Halfwit). Other Theatre credits include: The Open Fist Theatre Company’s A Wolf Inside the Fence (Marion Mcneely) nominated for LA Weekly Awards Best Supporting Actress, Best Ensemble, Best Director and Best Play, Machinal (Helen Jones), James Joyces’ The Dead (Rita, Young Julia), Sierra Madre Playhouse's Run for Your Wife (Mary), Torrance Playhouse's Proof (Catherine), Sacred Fools Theatre Company's Richard III (The Young Duke of York), Williamstown Theatre Festival's Demolition Downtown (Jane Lane). Charlotte is from Andover Massachusetts. She received a BFA from The College of Santa Fe and attended Vancouver Film School's one year Acting for Film and Television program in Vancouver B.C., the best place on earth. Film & Television credits include: Days of Our Lives, Masters of Sex, Sam & Cat, Operation Repo, BBC’s The Birth of Hollywood, and A Quiet Little Marriage. Charlotte trains at Groundlings, UCB, and The Clown School. Charlotte is certified in Reiki I and II and enjoys yoga, pilates, hiking, making a lot of noise, and watching Louie CK on Netflix with her cat Lilly.
Elizabeth Godley is a company member with Four Clowns, this is her first season. She is very excited! Four Clowns credits: upcoming The Halfwits' Last Hurrah (Performer). A few of Elizabeth’s favorite roles are: the originated role of Achara in Cocktail, directed and co-written by Ping Chong. She also originated the role of Jillian in Ariel View, in which she performed at FringeNYC. She produced and performed in And Baby Makes Seven by Paula Vogel in her apartment as an environmental piece of theatre. She has performed in thirteen Shakespearean productions and her favorites include: Rosalind from As You Like It, Helena from All’s Well That Ends Well, Paulina from The Winter’s Tale, and Marc Antony from Julius Caesar. Elizabeth currently trains in aerial arts, which fits her background as a competing gymnast. She has been called “your chipmunk buddy who rides in your pocket.” She has begun training at The Clown School. She is looking forward to working in the next feature that takes Sundance by storm or in any feature opposite Chris Hemsworth. ;) www.elizabethgodley.com
Joe DeSoto is a company member of Four Clowns, this is his first season with the company. Joe is a Los Angeles based actor, director, and physical comedian. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the USC School of Dramatic Arts. He has performed with various theatre companies in LA, including the Illyrian Players, Coeurage Theatre Company, Zombie Joe’s Underground, and the Antaeus Company. Joe spent the last two years clowning across the country, performing in Pirates Voyage (Myrtle Beach) and Cirque de la Mer (Sea World San Diego). Joe has trained extensively with Cirque du Soleil clown veterans Josh Zehner and John Gilkey, and he had the tremendous honor of studying under Philipe Gaulier at The Clown School.
Jolene Kim is ecstatic to be invited as a company member of Four Clowns for her 1st season. Four Clowns credits: upcoming The Halfwits' Last Hurrah at 2015 Hollywood Fringe (Performer as The Real McCoy). Theater credits include: The Theatre at Boston Court/Circle X, Pasadena Playhouse, Geffen Playhouse, Company of Angels, Artists at Play, Sierra Repertory Theatre. Television credits include: Grey's Anatomy, The Fosters, 24, Bunheads, Pushing Daisies, iCarly. Jolene has appeared in over 20 national commercials. She has studied with Ecole Philippe Gaulier, French Master Clown through The Clown School. https://twitter.com/jolenekim
Julianna Stephanie Ojeda
Interim Production Manager
Julianna Stephanie Ojeda is the interim Production Manager of Four Clowns, and she sits on the Executive Board. She has worked with the company for the past 2 seasons. Four Clowns credits: Noah and Jonah at the Annenberg Community Beach House (Assistant Stage Manager) and The Halfwits’ Last Hurrah (Assistant Stage Manager). Ojeda is a director, performer and stage manager. She studies the dramatic arts at the University of California, Irvine where she will graduate in Spring of 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama. As an actor she will be Kady in Fabulous Monsters by Diana Burbano at the OC-Centric New Play Festival. As a director she recently codirected a community engaged new play Contra la Corriente- Against the Current with the Brown Bag Theatre Company and UC Irvine service workers. Julianna has trained in clowning at The Clown School and with Eli Simon at UCI.
Kevin Klein serves on the Grants Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. He has been a part of the company for all 5 seasons. Four Clowns credits; Four Clowns at 2010 Hollywood Fringe (Performer as Angry Clown), Four Clowns at La MaMa, Long Beach Playhouse, Sacred Fools, South Coast Repertory and 2011 National Tour (Performer as Mischievous Clown), Robin Hood at South Coast Repertory (Performer as Robin Hood), and Four Clowns: Romeo & Juliet (Performer as Romeo & Nurse). Kevin studied clown at The Clown School under the tutelage of David Bridel and Orlando Pabotoy. In 2005, Kevin toured Los Angeles/Orange County with Shakespeare by the Sea, where he played Jack Rugby in Merry Wives of Windsor. Kevin has performed at the following venues in and around Los Angeles: Sacred Fools Theatre, The Artworks Theatre, Open Fist Theatre, South Coast Repertory, The Garage Theatre, and The Long Beach Playhouse. Regional theaters include: Neo-futurist, Chopin Theatre (Chicago), The Gremlin (St. Paul) and Indy Fringe Theater (Indianapolis). Kevin enjoys running, lifting weights, and playing various musical instruments in his spare time.
Alexis Jones serves on the Grants Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. She has been a part of the company for all 5 seasons. Four Clowns credits; Four Clowns (Performer as Sad Clown), Robin Hood at South Coast Repertory (Performer as Maid Marian), Lunatics & Actors (Performer as Fifi) and Four Clowns: Romeo & Juliet (Performer as Juliet & Benvolio). Alexis studied clown at The Clown School with David Bridel and Orlando Pabotoy. Alexis has performed at the following venues in and around Los Angeles: Sacred Fools Theatre, The Artworks Theatre, Open Fist Theatre, South Coast Repertory, The Garage Theatre, and The Long Beach Playhouse. Regional theaters include: Neo-futurist, Chopin Theatre (Chicago), The Gremlin (St. Paul) and Indy Fringe Theater (Indianapolis).
Turner Munch is an associate member of Four Clowns. He has been a part of the company for the past 3 seasons. Four Clowns credits; That Beautiful Laugh at 2012 Hollywood Fringe & Long Beach Playhouse (Director), Me Rich You Learn (Director), Somewhere Like Earth (Director), and Four Clowns at 2011 San Francisco Fringe (Performer as Mischievous Clown). Munch has trained with The Clown School with David Bridel and Orlando Pabotoy for three years. He continues to assistant direct Nancy Keystone and the Critical Mass Performance Group with their on-going new works Alcestis and Ameryka.
Adam Carpenter is an associate member of Four Clowns. He has been a part of the company for the past 2 seasons. Four Clowns credits: Me Rich You Learn (Performer/Writer), and Henry's Potato (Performer/Writer). He is a graduate of NYU's Experiment Theatre Wing and has studied with The Clown School since 2011. As an improviser, Adam continues to perform at UCB: NY&LA, Second City, and Improv Olympics. Adam regularly collaborates with Zach Steel and their work has been produced at such prestigious theaters as La MaMa, the Gene Frankel, and PS122 in New York.
Corey Walter Johnson
Corey Walter Johnson is on the Artistic Committee of Four Clowns, and is a company member. This is his 1st season with Four Clowns. He recently graduated from the MFA Acting program at USC where he worked in repertory playing Orgon in Tartuffe, Simon Stimson in Our Town, and Paris in Trojan Women. Corey performs at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in LA and New York in such shows as: This Is The Show?, 2pac: The Musical!, Slow Burn, and Onassis. Internationally, he played Tony in West Side Story at the Toulouse Opera House in France, where he ate like a king.