Akwasi Osei-Tutu: Humour and Building Confidence
If you have always wondered how comedians train themselves to be full of zest and confidence onstage, join Akwasi for this workshop!
Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC) presents Ghanaian-Australian comedian Akwasi Osei-Tutu in the art of Humour and Building Confidence.
In this workshop for teenagers, Akwasi tells his fascinating story of growing up between cultures, his relationship with football, and the ups and downs of becoming a professional funnyman.
He shares techniques in how to craft a successful stand-up routine from observations and real-life experiences, as well as the importance of being consistent and resilient in building an artistic career.
If you have always wondered how comedians train themselves to be full of zest and confidence onstage, watch this video!
Special thanks to:
Andy Glover - Technician, Lighting and Set Design
Jacqueline Dixon and William Hamilton-Coates - Videographers
Maximiliano Lara-Oneto - Closed Captioning
Presented as part of Footscray Community Arts Centre’s Creative Workshop Program.
Photography by Jackie Dixon
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