tinyDANGEROUSfun is created/mc'd by John Leo & Andy Sapora  

John Leo is a clown performer, teacher and director as well as a pediatric clown doctor with NYC’s Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit. An Eccentric Dance Gold Medalist (New York Clown Olympics ‘08), John has performed with Perseverance Theatre (Juneau, Alaska) and Clowns Without Borders (Mexico '04 & Guatemala '10). He also produces, creates and performs outrageous original comedy: In Cahoots, Best of SF Fringe: Physical Theatre (‘03);  Number's Upa Clown show with his chihuahua; Peg-ass-us, Best of SF Fringe: Comedy (‘08)& Encore Award, Boulder, CO ('12). John is a founding member of  Theatre of the Oppressed NYC which partners with communities facing discrimination to inspire transformative action through theatre. John is a recipient of an Individual Artist Project Award from the Rasmussen Foundation and is a  graduate of the  Dell 'Arte School of Physical Theatre and Bard College (BA - Drama/Dance) www.johnleo.net 

 Andy Sapora performs regularly as a Flying Karamazov Brother and is a clown and facility supervisor with Big Apple Circus Clown Care Hospital Clown Program.  He is also a founding member of the comedy music troop, The Maestrosities and co-host and co-founder of the monthly variety cabaret tinyDANGEROUSfun. He has been performing on stage since he was 10, street performing, juggling and clowning since he was 15. He studied extensively at the  Jacques Lecoq International School of Theater and at the Belgian National Circus School. He's taken workshops and master classes with Keith Johnstone, Bill Irwin, David Shiner, Steve Smith, Jeff Raz, Rick Davis and Ami Hattab.  In addition to  teaching privately he has taught theater & presentation at both The New York Circus Arts Academy and The Circus Warehouse. He's also taught general circus skills and clowning with the outreach programs of Big Apple Circus, Cirque du Soleil and The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. www.maestrosities.com