Impro and Science — a Teaser

The text below is a tea­ser sec­ti­on from a lar­ger text tit­led “Impro­vi­sa­ti­on and the Sci­en­ti­fic Method” by Gael Door­­ne­weerd-Per­ry and myself that will appear later this year in a book con­tai­ning essays from mem­bers of The SIN net­work.You can find ano­ther tea­ser of the chap­ter, on entro­py, on Gael’s blog. Both Gael and I have a sci­en­ti­fic …

Barcelona Improv Festival 2018

Last Novem­ber, I spent almost a week in Bar­cel­o­na to par­ti­ci­pa­te in the BIG IF inter­na­ti­o­nal improv fes­ti­val the­re. Here’s my sto­ry of a week with two per­for­man­ces, three work­shops and lots of gre­at con­ver­sa­ti­ons with fel­low impro­vi­sers. Were­wol­ves, the improv show The pri­ma­ry rea­son for going to BIG IF was per­for­ming Were­wol­ves, the improv …

Teaching in Toulouse … in French

The last month of 2018 brought ano­ther new expe­rien­ce for me. I was invi­ted to teach a week­end work­shop of the Were­wol­ves show for­mat to TIC, a French impro­vi­sa­ti­on group in Catus, near Tou­lou­se. Alt­hough my invita­ti­on came from their Dut­ch secre­ta­ry Koos, I was to teach the work­shop in French. Tea­ching “Les loups-garous” was …

Happy holidays!

I would like to wish eve­ry­o­ne a warm end of year with plen­ty of time for your friends and fami­ly. Alrea­dy my best wis­hes for 2019! And my warm christ­mas gree­tings I send you with this video. In the past week I hosted a part of the Talent­week of Tho­mas More — Cam­pus San­de­r­us. Ingmar …