Characters Within: An Introduction to the Red Nosed Clown
The humour in clowning comes from the self-deprecating actions of the performer, rather than the audience laughing with the performer as is common with other forms of comedy. Frameworks can be loose, including only a general beginning and ending to the act, leaving it up to the clown's creativity to fill in the rest, or at the other extreme a fully developed script that allows very little room for creativity.
Webb’s performance is “artful” and “humorous”. - Mark Collins, Boulder Daily Camera
“Webb plays her clown like a virtuoso of physical comedy. She knows Olive in a way that most of us can only hope to ever know ourselves.” - Audience member, once upon a time: The End
"It is a hilarious and creative show about birth that highlights Kjersti's energy and willingness to embrace all the feelings that come with being a mother. It moved me and it made me laugh in almost the same breath. Awesome!"