Hey darling dear! Korea sounds a bit far from mother but intresting. I enjoy preforming (of course) and I also do a a lot of corporation workshops. But I do long to go out in the world and meet people!
Take care honey and don´t dress to warm OR to cold
It's been great to finally meet you. There're some things that are meant to be, and to make aquintance was one of them. I'm really grateful of all the experiences you shared with us, and on top of that it was an enriching pleasure to participate in the AIN facilitators share point of the SFB Division. Thanks again for everything.
Glad to hear from you, Sue. Sorry to say, though, that I have absolutely no experience with Open Space! My hand is still in the air to offer help, so anything else that you need, please ask, and hopefully we'll find a skill match eventually. Even carrying cardboard boxes, when it comes down to it.
I'll be leaving on the early morning of Feb 18, so we could meet on the evening of the 17th. I've posted to the SF Area AIN group as well. Might there be some folks from that group like to hang and chat (and play?) with us? I'm excited to catch up with you. It has been way too long.
Just got steered toward the Tokyo conference by improv colleagues and am looking forward to it immensely.
Having not known about the conference til now, I'm embarrassed to admit I'm Keio faculty - I'm on a difference campus, and their internal communication is appalling! I'd like to help though, if you need any extra planning power. Please let me know if there's any pre-planning help I can give, or back-up during the conference itself.
Nope. I never heard from her, unfortunately. I will try to reach out again. Will let you know what I hear. Thanks for all the info from the meeting Saturday. This weekend got a little crazy and I wasn't able to attend, but looks like good stuff.
Sharon Bronstein and I will be heading back from Cambodia at the time of the Tokyo conference and were interested in attending, maybe proposing a session on interactive theatre as a tool for rehearsing for change in organizations. A key factor is cost, so we were wondering if the rates for room are per person or per room. It would be so great to stop by and reconnect with you all, especially in Japan.
Hi Sue! Thank you very much for the the message!! So nice to know you!! I will be supporting Lou for the AIN conference for March in the planning team with you. from Lou, i heard you as a lovely person!
Looking forward to see you!
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