An absurdist clown performance that subverts and submerges some of our culture's iconic performance formats: magic shows, variety entertainment, game shows, lectures, and demonstrations.
I developed this character during my five years as a member of Whoop Dee Doo, a faux public access television show and performance collective.
Wet Clown continues to perform independently.
"How the Wet Clown got wet in the first place was not revealed." - The Pitch Weekly
September 2018: Floristree / Baltimore
February 2016: Daddy's Lesbian Bar / Kansas City
April 2012 / Whoop Dee Doo Telebration / Kansas City
March 2012: Uh Oh: A Whoop Dee Doo Thing /
Gallery CA / Baltimore
December 2011 / The Foundation / Kansas City
October 2011 / Whoop Dee Doo Halloween / Kansas City
September 2011 / TBA Festival / Portland OR