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Saturday, May 13 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Once Upon a Time: Unique, Therapeutic Long Form Format LIMITED

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Koray Tarhan (Turkey), Founder of Istanbulimpro, Coordinator of Istanbul International Improv Festival.

  • Description: An actor, Koray Tarhan, and a psychologist, Tolga Erdoğan, combined their works on the intersection point of improv between the BASIC Ph model (for understanding coping and resilience) and the 6-Part Story Method (6PSM), created by Israeli Psychologist Mooli Lahad, and used to help individuals in therapy access personal stories. In this workshop we share how to make the stories of our common unconscious be performed spontaneously. Workshop will apply a universal story structure, which is a trigger for both improviser's and audience's imagination, in an easy way by using visuals. We can find clues about a person's or group's common mood by using the format. Having distance from the character gives an opportunity to examine ourselves. Once Upon A Time format was presented and performed by international improvisers in San Francisco, Istanbul and Beijing Improv Festivals and Conferences. Every experience was unique.  At this GII Symposium, we would like to share the results of those performances as a tool to understand different culture's common unconscious.

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Saturday May 13, 2017 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Chapman Argyros Forum 206A

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