About Matthew Pauli

Matthew Pauli is an actor, clown, puppeteer, and teaching artist in the DC Metro / Baltimore area. He has performed locally with Faction of Fools, Constellation Theatre, Flying V, The Maryland Shakespeare Festival, The Hub Theatre, 1st Stage, Imagination Stage, Annapolis Shakespeare Company, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, and Everyman Theatre, among others.
He is a graduate of Georgetown University, as well as the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Clown College, and has an MFA from the Shakespeare Theatre Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University.

He is also one of the founders of Clown Cabaret, a performance laboratory for developing clown work. He toured for six seasons with Big Apple Circus and is proud to be a Red Nose Doc with Healthy Humor, performing clown rounds at Johns Hopkins Hospital and National Children’s Medical Center.

Matthew teaches workshops and classes in many subjects, including clowning, physical comedy, Commedia dell’Arte, pratfalls, stage-combat, and Shakespeare.  He has been a teaching artist for The Actor’s Center, the National Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts, Faction of Fools, Center Ring Circus School, Round House Theatre, Traveling Players Ensemble, Everyman Theatre, and the Shakespeare Theatre.

To contact Matthew, email PerformingPauli@gmail.com 

Up Next:

Spy Academy Virtual performances February 13-May 23 with Imagination Stage

details here: https://imaginationstage.org/shows-tickets/

TreasureQuest, The Pirate Escape Show, and an ALL NEW SHOW at the Maryland Renaissance Festival

details here: https://rennfest.com/

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