Someday, Episode #16: Lis Roche, Clown
Welcome to Someday, where we interview interesting people from around the world to learn about how they make a living. We call it Someday because one day our curious kids may elect to pursue a career in one of these fields. In the upcoming months, we’ll learn: How to become an Artist, the best thing about being a Sushi Chef and the most challenging thing about being an Orthopedic Surgeon. Who knows…we might even talk a little ice cream as well. We hope you enjoy!
In episode #16, we sat down with Clown, Lis Roche. Lis has been a professional theatrical clown for over 10 years. She began her clown apprenticeship in New York and continued her education in being funny at Cal State Long Beach University and now at The Clown School in Los Angeles. She regularly performs around Los Angeles for the Public Library special programs. When she is not clowning, she is sewing, singing, dancing, and mothering her 5 year old son. Words she lives by: Laugh, and the whole world laughs with you.
Some of the resources Lis mentions during our interview are as follows: