shows

Current

available for booking 

 







Handshake Uppercut

a Collaboration between John Leo & Jay Dunn
inspired by Butoh, Physical Comedy, Dance Theater, Becket, Absurdism & Vaudeville

(photo by Amy Bolger)





WINNER! BEST COMEDY! SF FRINGE 2008!

Peg-ass-us

a Romantic Burlesque

written and performed by John Leo and Sophie Nimmannit of

Pack of Others

 

Repertoire



Number’s Up! 

an Ode to the Glorious Awkwardness of Being

written and performed by John Leo and El Macho del Norte

Past

in reverse chronological order





Ready to (Blank)

Improvised Dance Theatre

performed by (L to R) John Leo, Amy Larimer (creator/director)

and Jamie Graham 

co-directed by Jay Rhoderick




Cummington County Dive

& Swim Meet

an improvised score created and performed by The Collaborative Pool

E|MERGE Interdisciplinary Arts Exchange @ Earthdance

February 2011



Clowns Without Borders (Guatemala & El Salvador)

(L to R) Sayda Trujillo, Stephane Gue, Kali Quinn and John Leo.

CLICK HERE FOR AN AWESOME SLIDE SHOW!

April 2010

 




                                                  the Schrödinger Family Fantasticals present

 The Gift:

a Christmas Play by Six Clowns

Directed by John Leo

December 2007



Queen Isthmus Christhmus

a yuletide burlesque parody of King Island Christmas

written and performed by

November 2005




Don Pasquale

with Opera to Go

November 2004




Horn-Oh!-Plenty

Puritanical Burlesque at its Best!

written and performed by

November 2004


Clowns Without Borders

(Chiapas, Mexico)

(L to R) Rudi Galindo, Jane Chen, John Leo, Peaknuckle,
Tim Cunningham.

 April 2004

 



Perseverance Theater (Juneau, Alaska)

King Stag

Adapted and Directed by Richard Toth

November 2003


ALSO, Wooden Breeks by Glen Berger, dir. Wier Harman (3/02)

Fry Tales! dir. Roblin Davis (2/01)




WINNER! BEST PHYSICAL THEATER, SF FRINGE 2003!

In Cahoots

created and performed by

(L to R) John Leo, Roblin Davis and Emily Windover

Spring, Summer 2003



My First Clown Turn

Clown Through Mask, Sue Morrison

Toronto, Canada

February 2003