Moshe Cohen is an internationally acclaimed performer and teacher. He plays in theaters, international theater festivals, circus and varieté stages all over the world; to audiences in small intimate spaces and to audiences numbering in the thousands. Moshe teaches modern clown in Theater and Circus Schools, Universities, and in Zen and Spiritual Education centers. As the founder of Clowns Without Borders-USA, he is involved in bringing performances and workshops to refugee camps and conflict zones worldwide. His last CWB project took him to Escuintla, Guatemala in 2019 in the aftermath of the volcanic eruption in that area.
Since 1981, Moshe Cohen has worked to develop a unique style of clowning that incorporates physical and visual theater, clown, mime, butoh dance and circus arts. He works without nose, makeup or spoken language inviting the audience to share an intimate and humorous world that is engaging, deeply human and enlightening. He is well known worldwide for his ability to create laughter and touch audiences of all ages and cultures.