Jeremy Charles Who

a clown for every occasion

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A Portrait of the Artist

a clown named "Q"

Jeremy Charles Hohn is an American multi-disciplinary performance artist. Jeremy’s intrigue into the world of masks, clown, and other physical theatre arts stems from his passion for commedia dell’Arte and devised ensemble work. For this reason, Jeremy has worked at every rung of the production ladder, from stagehand to stage manager, prop builder to producer, and everything in between. His performance work has been seen in more than 30 devised works, and 200+ local birthday parties. He has performed nationally in San Francisco and Oakland, CA, Ashland, OR, St. Paul, MN, and NYC, New York. He is currently a member of the Rogue Artists Ensemble and working as an actor, clown, and educator in Los Angeles, CA.

As an educator, Jeremy’s work revolves around storytelling, self-expression, and relationship building with students ages K-12. He began his teaching career in 2012 at The Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton teaching Clown as part of the MASC (Muckenthaler Arts Summer Camp.) He has since taught various classes in acting, improvisation, character building, puppetry, mask performance and mime at more than a dozen schools and arts organizations. He has also developed and taught curriculum in ancient greek history, physiology/anatomy, shakespeare and poetry, K-8 mathematics, career development, and invention as art. Some notable engagements include “Found Object Puppetry” at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing in Beverly Hills, “Language Takes The Stage” with Bixby Educational Events in Costa Mesa, and “Social Enterprise” as part of the Fullerton USD’s iPersonalize program through The Muckenthaler. Jeremy believes that creativity in an inherent quality of the human experience. He hopes his classes will empower students to share their unique perspective with the world and encourage the development of emotional intelligence through soft skills such as: empathy, gratitude, patience, and self-awareness.

Hamlet & Yorick

From "Shakespeare(ish)"

While in New York City this September, I had the privilege of working with master teacher Stanley Allan Sherman to create this video promoting his latest creation, The Performer’s Slapstick. I think it is truly a gift to the commedia, clown, and variety arts community around the world to blend classic sensibility with modern ingenuity to craft this instrument of mayhem.

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Oh, what a wonderful world.

Just reflecting on how grateful I am to teach at and build this program.

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At 26

I finally made a website -

and this is where it started.

At 26

I finally made a website -

and this is where it started.