Thu. Nov 21st, 2019

Canarian clown Tot triumphs in Tokyo – The Province

Totó, a clown from the Canary Islands who travels and transmits his humor to any corner of the world and that adds three continents, arrives for the first time to Japan, where this crazy and dreamer contemporary clown presents at the Cervantes Institute of the Japanese capital a familiar and multidisciplinary show full of magic, juggling and lots of laughs

Twenty years ago he toured the best theaters and shows in Spain, but his suitcase has also taken him to Portugal, Senegal and China. Now it is in Japan where he reunites the Japanese public in the purest style of the usual clowns.

"The clown is not just about children," defends this Canary clown capable of overcoming with his humor all kinds of borders, culture and age. "The clown has been present throughout the history of the world and in different cultures, the simplest humor is human condition and that is where I move," says Toto.

Born in 1983 in La Orotava (Tenerife), Toto took his first steps as a musician and actor theater in his homeland. "My mood is as fresh as the sea that bathes the Canary Islands," he says, although he never imagined that the clown would eventually lead him to Japan. Now he brings his freshness to the bay of Tokyo and from this country he hopes to take a bit in his suitcase and continue to enjoy with his audience the most universal language, laughter.

Clown, actor and musician, Toto has an extensive artistic training that includes music, magic and mime. He studied percussion at the Superior Conservatory of Music of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, he is part of the Actors School of the Canary Islands and has been trained with the greatest experts in different Clown schools nationally and internationally, from Spain to Holland and Canada. She also belongs to the Doctores Sonrisa team of the Theodora España Foundation, bringing humor to hospitals.

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