Meredith Gordon is an clown, actor, musician, stilt walker and juggler. He has been working in many different forms of entertainment using the skills and experience to bring a little bit of Circus magic into theater performances children risk and hospitals. When performing clown he becomes Dr. Squeeze -- a dapperly dressed, bowtie-wearing, ukulele-playing clown.
He is one of the founding members of Humorology Atlanta, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering hospitalized children through the art of clowning. Previously he was the team Supervisor for the Big Apple Circus Clown Care program in Atlanta, over seeing a clown team of 11 performers working in three hospital. Meredith has worked as a hospital clown for over 17 years. During that time has working 2,000 days in the hospital visiting in patient rooms, in the emergency units, intensive care units and day clinics.
Meredith also worked Cirque Du Monde ( the outreach program of Cirque du Soleil for 10 years). This program mintors Youth (get better verbage from Cirque for this.) His work with Cirque du Monde has taken him around the United State, to Canada and Mexico.
Meredith draws from his experience as a performer to influence his clowning. This includes his experience as an actor including improv and Shakespeare along with his musical experience of being a vocalist who plays the piano, ukulele and accordion.