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Friday, May 12 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Teaching Values and Ethics in the Improvisation Classroom

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Moderated by Patricia Ryan Madson, Professor Emerita, Stanford University and Rebecca Northan (Canada), Artistic Director/Producer of Spontaneous Theatre, Creator of the critically acclaimed Blind Date.

  • Description: Can improv teach kindness? While it's easy to see how the study of improvisation helps the individual with trust and creativity it is less obvious that this practice may also contribute to helping us to become kinder, more selfless members of society. The improv classroom is a unique venue for understanding living values.  We expect this roundtable to be an open and lively interactive discussion of how we as teachers can identify these values and find ways to model and teach them.


Friday May 12, 2017 10:00am - 11:30am
UC Irvine Nixon Theatre

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