Kathie Horejsi became a clown…
…at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Clown College under the direction of Steve Smith.
She was a member of Seattle’s Annex Theatre for five years appearing in Wild Goose Circus; The Yellow Kid; Cat-like Tread; and Little Rootie Tootie. She wrote and performed the solo shows, Let Go, Go On and Valuable Job Skills.
She taught physical comedy at the Seattle Children’s Theatre. She learned pro-wrestling tricks to play title role in a Seattle production ofTrafford Tanzi. As a child, Kathie appeared in over 30 Missoula Children’s Theatre productions including the role of “The Kid” inThe Roar of the Greasepaint and the Smell of the Crowd.
She has studied and performed in Europe, Japan, Mexico and the United States. Teachers include Ctibor Turba; Boleck Polivka; Sigfrido Aguilar; Avner Eisenberg, Shakespearean actor Floyd King and choreographer Joe Goode.
She is a member of Clowns ex Machina (formerly Kendall Cornell’s Soon-To-Be-World-Famous Women Clowns). Nailing Jello to A Tree is Kathie’s developmental project with the puppeteer and RBBBCC classmate Lorraine Gilman.