Calling all applied improvisers in the New York City area (I think this includes D.C. and Boston and maybe even Bangor, Maine until we get regional groups in those areas, too!),

Tomorrow night we are hosting our second NYC regional meeting. This will include game swaps, a chance to schmooze, and what I expect to be a very satisfying workshop from Zohar Adner called the Game of Stress, a mini version of what he'll present in Amsterdam next month. He'll use applied improv to help us see the bright side of stress...what?!  : )

Date: August 11, 2010

Time: 6:30 to 9:30

Location: Teachers College, Columbia University (525 West 120th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam)

Directions: Take the 1 train to 116th (and B'way). Walk four blocks North on B'way, then turn right on 120th. The entrance is half-way down the block on the North side of the street. If you do not see Zohar or Caitlin waiting by the guard's desk, just tell the guard you are going to room 305 in the library. Take the elevator to the third floor, walk through the large reading room to the set of study rooms in the back. We will be in room 305.
Just in case: Caitlin is 917-449-6266 and Zohar is 917-763-9161.

See you there!

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Is this event at Ripley Grier or Teachers College?

We are meeting at Teachers College (NOT at Ripley Grier).

Thank you for asking, Luke. : )


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