For this unit I grouped up with Go and Ray, and we were assigned to create a clowning routine to demonstrate what we learned about clowning, slapstick and creating our very own character. In this routine, Go and I played cowboys that had found santa, just walking around, carrying a big bag of toys. We think of a plan to steal his bad and run away so he won’t catch us. For my character, I needed to be a very bossy and determined person who always tells his partner what to do. To make the scene believable, I talked in a Texas (Southern American) accent. During our planning stages, we had no idea what to do, and the skit wasn’t going very well, but when we got the feedback from Renee, it really helped us and improved our routine. He told us very helpful and substantial advice such as telling us to improve the ending and add a twist ending. He also helped us develop our characters more, for example he told Ray that he needs to act more like Santa, from his deep voice to the way he walks. I think we did a good job on implementing the advice, and overall we ended up making a good routine, and even the children enjoyed it. I was very proud of my work and I think that if I were to do the routine again, I would have added more slap-sticky elements to make it seem more like a clowning routine.