Create Safe and Inclusive Improv Spaces with Geraldine & Wang

Episode 2 June 18, 2021 00:43:07
Create Safe and Inclusive Improv Spaces with Geraldine & Wang
Improv in Practice with Synergy Theater
Create Safe and Inclusive Improv Spaces with Geraldine & Wang
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Show Notes

Geraldine Carolan and Yafeng Wang are students of Synergy Theater's Master Class: How to Improvise a Full-Length Play. We talk about how they found Improv, what they find challenging, and the importance of inclusivity.

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