Milo McCabe is a superb character act with an unusual origin. We discuss growing up in the shadow of a comedian father, and the use of NLP and other psychological techniques to cope with the demands of life on stage. We also delve into his experience of Phil Burgers' infamous clown workshops, and how Milo is putting some of that learning into practice.
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Published: 12th June 2013. Length: 80 minutes.
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