Member Profile : Marissa Ker

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Marissa Ker is the founding artistic director of Lorikeet Players. She grew up in Gayndah and Bundaberg and completed a Diploma in Theatre at Ecole Philippe Gaulier in the French countryside. She is deaf and communicates using a cochlear implant, hearing aid, lip reading and Auslan.

Bouffon is a theatrical genre related to physical theatre and clown. Bouffon performers often have a distorted appearance. Bouffon is also a tool for examining social issues and showcasing the perspective of people on the margins of society.

see Marissa Ker is available as a mentor and for the Bouffon Master class