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  • Profile picture of Jean Bonifas
    Jean Bonifas - My fascination with Applied Improv grew from creative drama and its freedom of expression, being transformed by participation theater, spolinized into teaching and improv performance, to its current iteration - facilitating individual/organizational communication skill transformation.
    active 7 hours, 13 minutes ago
  • Profile picture of Heather Backstrom
    Heather Backstrom - Dr. Heather Backstrom is an executive coach, workshop facilitator, speaker and adjunct university professor. She has trained at the Second City, iO and UCB.
    active 12 hours, 30 minutes ago
  • Profile picture of Holly Reynolds
    Holly Reynolds - Holly facilitates playful instruction of communication, writing, and rhetoric.
    active 14 hours, 30 minutes ago
  • Profile picture of Luigi Maniglia
    Luigi Maniglia - Always looking for the principle of movement
    active 19 hours, 51 minutes ago
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    active 1 day, 14 hours ago
  • Profile picture of Lukas Zenk
    Lukas Zenk Certified Practitioner - click for details - Professor for Innovation and Network Research
    active 2 days, 18 hours ago
  • Profile picture of David Westerlund
    David Westerlund - I feel alive when I catalyze latent joy that helps build resilience in teams and individuals.
    active 3 days, 1 hour ago
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    active 4 days, 7 hours ago
  • Profile picture of Jorge Sanchez Hidalgo
    Jorge Sanchez Hidalgo - I am a Human Factors and Aviation Safety consultant and facilitator. Over the years I have found there is great potential to enhance how people communicate and collaborate in high-risk environments to prevent errors from occurring. I am excited about the experiential learning that Applied Improvisation offers. I am also co-founder of www.impros.org. An organization to bring the practice of Applied Improvisation as a tool for growth in education and industry.
    active 1 week ago
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    active 1 week, 1 day ago
  • Profile picture of Timothy Larabee
    Timothy Larabee - I am a program specialist, servicing San Antonio ISD providing support for special education teachers who teach in self contained classrooms with a focus on behavior.
    active 1 week, 2 days ago
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    active 1 week, 4 days ago
  • Profile picture of Andrew
    Andrew - I teach performance courses at University of Detroit Mercy.
    active 2 weeks ago
  • Profile picture of Jørgen Moltubak
    Jørgen Moltubak - Teacher, author and improviser.
    active 2 weeks ago
  • Profile picture of Matt Rudkin
    Matt Rudkin - I worked for 15 years in the uk as a senior lecturer teaching theatre arts. I have toured extensively as a puppeteer and street theatre clown for other companies, and created various indoor devised theatre pieces. I have a particular research interest in Flow theory.
    active 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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    active 2 weeks, 3 days ago
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    active 2 weeks, 3 days ago
  • Profile picture of Fredy ImprOrganico
    Fredy ImprOrganico - ImprOrganico Nace en un proceso de investigación en ventas - "@sue-walden great! I already write you to the mail"View
    active 2 weeks, 3 days ago
  • Profile picture of Jaya Härtlein
    Jaya Härtlein - Ruth Jaya Haertlein Born 1961 in Germany, I stumbled across Buddhism in my early 20s in the UK, and story-telling and performance in my 30s. Both of those together led me to explore how an ‘inner’ more contemplative practice, being present directly with the ever-moving mind, interacts with more ‘outer’ ways of sharing on stage and interactive teaching. - This led me directly to improvisation, as a performer and later trainer - and those two aspects still feed my practice. 2002-4: Two-year training of Lecoq-based Physical Theatre (Kiklos Scuola, Italy). I discovered the Clown, and since 2005 have run workshops in clowning where I research fallibility and humour as a basis for a broad inclusive path, and apply the teaching of clown to a wide range of clients, be it therapists, the corporate world, or meditators. Since 2002 I encountered improvisation through Stephen Hollins (NZ), Al Wunder (Australia), Andrew Morrish and John Britton. Since 2012 I have taught workshops and retreats entitled ‘Dancing the Unknown’, applying the practice of improvisation, focusing on the necessity to step into the unknown (every) next moment. I draw on the Buddhist teachings on mindfulness, while the atmosphere of the courses is light and full of the spirit of play and joyful experimentation. I teach in volunteer and corporate training, in mental health settings and for therapists, and in various Buddhist contexts. 2011-13 MA Applied Theatre, Central School of Speech and Drama, London. Part of that training was Forum Theatre (Boal) and other direct improvisational methods. Since then in the UK I have worked with ex-offenders and within the prison system, which I continue in Berlin, where I am now based. www.dancingtheunknown.wixsite.com/improvisation www.rednoses-unlimited.co.uk
    active 2 weeks, 5 days ago
  • Profile picture of Aneta Key
    active 3 weeks ago