Greg Kinsey
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  • Astoria, NY
  • United States
  • Computer Science, Software Design,…
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Adam Blatner left a comment for Greg Kinsey
"Hello Greg, I'm interested in resources too. I edited a book www.interactiveimprov.com/   that might  be of interest, and always want to add to that website supplement. I agree that you can develop more coping by treating things…"
Jul 12, 2012
Greg Kinsey replied to Belina Raffy's discussion AIN President Bulletin: What’s the status of status?
"Status for storytelling.Hi I work on improvised musicals and status is an important element of long form single story telling.  When we work with a modified version of Aristotle's the hero's journey we have to focus on the stories…"
Jun 19, 2012
Greg Kinsey is now a member of The Applied Improvisation Network
Feb 11, 2012

Profile Information

Where do you live and work? (City)
Astoria New York
What is your main interest in this network?
Education, Social, Finding Partnerships, Improv Resources
What kind of person are you?
Day, Night
What kinds of improv-related services are you involved in?
Creativity, Innovation, Problem Solving, Communication, Leadership, Stress, Life Skills, Character Development
Any niche industries, skills, etc?
Computer Science, Software Design, Instructional Design
Share a favorite 'improv epiphany'
You can master any situation by treating like a scene
More about you: (Short Bio or any other details you'd like people to know)
I am a graduate student studying digital media design for education. Improv wise I specialize in Musical improv and love narative.
I need help with...
Starting a group. Working with new people
Other contact info (Your choice for phone, email, facebook, myspace, etc.)
Kinsey@gatech.edu
How did you hear about this network?
A friend

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At 2:33pm on July 12, 2012, Adam Blatner said…

Hello Greg, I'm interested in resources too. I edited a book www.interactiveimprov.com/   that might  be of interest, and always want to add to that website supplement. I agree that you can develop more coping by treating things as scenes, and I use role language to support that. If you'd like to hear more, email me at adam@blatner.com   

    www.blatner.com/adam/    

 
 
 

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