What kinds of improv-related services are you involved in?
Teambuilding, Creativity, Innovation, Problem Solving, Conflict Resolution, Leadership, Stress, Life Skills, Character Development, Change Management, Sales, Presentation Skills
Any niche industries, skills, etc?
Clown, physical comedy
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Alice Nelson is an actor, clown, improviser, producer, director, writer and artistic bohemian. She has had the pleasure of working with Trepan Theatre, Northern Light Theatre, Shakespeare in the Park and Loose Moose Theatre, Nelson teaches workshops in physical comedy, clown, melodrama/Grand Guignol (theatre of laughter and terror), movement and improv.
Nelson also works with the international organization, Clown Without Borders. She attends expeditions to Africa, performing clown shows to children who have been affected by the HIV/AIDS virus.
Nelson’s shows include Swashbucklers (co-written with Wes Borg), Local Celebrity and Elephant in Zulu. Next up, she will be moving to Humboldt County to pursue her MFA in Ensemble Physical Theatre at Dell’Arte International.
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How did you hear about this network?
Erik from Loose Moose
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