"11. Never overplay "Yes, and..." - "Yes, but" and "No, but" are used by some of the greatest improvisational performers I know"
12. A facilitator of improvisation needs also to be an improvisational…"
Thanks for sharing all these great words of wisdom. This is a great list to go by.
I used the mirror game recently in a corporate setting. They were not expecting this. Some of them were very uncomfortable and I remembered your words of…"
Kat! I'm looking for someone in the Bay Area....
A conference organizer at SF State is looking for a facilitator - a facilitator of color.
I'm writing to see if you know of anyone - and would be willing to recommend him or her for this event. He's looking for someone with innovative facilitation experience and skills in things like Open Space.
The specific session in question is:
- Colliding Worldviews & Collaboration Skills for the 21st Century
Integrating Social Intelligence Into Health Care & Daily Life
Saturday, April 19, 2008, 9am-5pm (8:30 Check-In)
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Jack Adams Hall
San Francisco State University (19th Ave. & Holloway Ave.)
If you can think of anyone and you're willing to share that information with me - please just get back to me with names/numbers.
HI Kat -
nice to find you on this network! I have been thinking about you, William and the rest of the gang who were so gracious to take part in my dissertation. I have settled back in Germany and am trying to re-establish some theatre and improv connections. Hope you are well in Albany.
Greetings from Berlin,
Hey Kat! In addition to On Your Feet, I've been working at Oregon Children's Theatre, managing one of their programs and teaching - I've also been working with a long form improv group that Gary and Mame and I started, much inspired by our time at BATS--I love, love, love it. I'm also doing regular theatre, voice over and some small film projects--and trying to fit in time with family and friends so my life isn't just work work work!
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