Naked Comedy Lab Workshop With Deanna Fleysher (Portland Feb 6th)

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You’re funny, but are they on the edge of their seats? Are they breathless to see what crazy thing you do next? They could be. You just need to strip down and get naked.

Naked Comedy demands your body, your guts, and all your fluids. We want to see how funny you can be without thinking or trying. Through play, we will explore your unique connection to the audience, the bravery required to be vulnerable, and the gratification that comes with letting go. Expose yourself
(metaphorically speaking), and make people laugh.

This work is very physical. Workout wear only. No shoes, no jeans. You’re lucky you’re allowed to wear clothes.

Saturday Feb 6th, 4:30pm - 7:30pm
The Circus Project
1420 NW 17th Ave #388, Portland, OR 97209
$30 or $25 for returning students
Contact Deanna at to reserve your spot in the class

Deanna Fleysher is a comedy artist, teacher and director devoted to audience inclusion . She is the director and co-writer of Red Bastard, the internationally acclaimed bouffon show. Currently, she tours her award-winning solo show BUTT KAPINSKI and teaches Naked Comedy labs in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. and around the world. More info at

Deanna is like a sculptor. She molds your talents, quirks and insecurities into a character you can play through.
—Estela G.

Deanna creates an incredible environment of trust and honesty which allows you to really go there, to the depths, the weird, dark and zany places. She has a great eye and won't let you hide or foster old patterns.Sometimes I feel like I'm a child in front of my siblings, free to go wild.
—Krista H.

Deanna is uncanny at drawing genuineness and comedy out of every single person.
—Andy C.

Deanna Fleysher's workshop focuses a powerful lens
on the performer's inner and outer world, the audience's emotional response, and the strange, often unspoken interplay between them. She is a tough, smart, inspiring teacher.
—Alex B.

I thought it would be fun. It turned out to be profound.
—Content K.
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