Bogotá & Cali 2013
We are returning to Colombia to team up with CaliClown and Pasos de Payaso as we collaborate and develop sustainable workshops and shows. We are in year 4 of a fun, inspiring and funny partnership with our friends in Colombia.
Black Ties Red Noses
Join us for our largest east coast fundraising party in Washington DC on June 21st. Buy tickets now and come for our night of performances, acrobatics, trapeze and more! Dress in your best clown formal for a night you won’t forget! Tickets are $35.
Ecuador and Narices Rojas 2013
An amazing experience covering over 2000 km along the Ecuador/Colombia border. We worked with UNHCR/ACNUR, CDH and Narices Rojas as a part of our two-year partnership with our colleagues in Ecuador.
Columbia. Cali. 2013
April 2013. Moshe Cohen (CWB founder) traveled to Cali Colombia where he collaborated with the CaliClown group to offer a workshop and create a show to bring to the Siloé neighborhood of Cali, Colombia.
Project Burma 2013. Moshe Cohen (cwb-usa founder) spent overtwo weeks in Yangon teaching workshops and performing with local theater group Thukhama Khayeethe, March 6-23, 2013. He also conducted two staff trainings with Medecins Du Monde.
Selena, Lucho and Leah are returning to partner with our friends at Terre des Hommes. Follow this link for on-the-road updates, stories and photos.
South Africa 2013
CWB is happy to support Alice Nelson along with Clowns Without Borders Canada as she works in South Africa. Alice is performing with Clowns Without Borders South Africa to bring laughter to communities in Durban and the Eastern Cape.
United States Events
We work in the USA as well. CWB strives to bring laughter to zones of crisis…anywhere! We also provide programs, workshops and masterclasses to share the work we do. We have volunteers around the USA who can facilitate this work, so write to us if we can bring some CWB to your hometown!
Click on this link to learn more about Hurricane Sandy support projects…
Project Burma 2013. Moshe Cohen (cwb-usa founder) spent over two weeks in Yangon teaching workshops and performing with local theater group Thukhama Khayeethe, March 6-23, 2013. He also conducted two staff trainings with Medecins Du Monde.
4666 audience members laughing
4 children crying (my fault)
1 rubber chicken
5 large suitcases
3 scraped knees
2 bad sun burns
100 liters of agua pura
1 broken umbrella