I was talking with my Canadian partner about my relationship with English, and the effect it has with some of my expat friends. Previously, I have talked about the impact of performing in a second language, and this time I want to share a little bit of the experience on living in a second language, and the pressure most of us felt of you either learn English, or you won’t be successful. Please, take a seat, this might be a bumpy ride. [Read More]
Non-Improv resources to get inspired on stage!
I am not an actor, so most of the characters I create come from me, and I love that! It makes it pretty easy to know how to create better and more rounded characters: I just need to learn more about everything! [Read More]
Why I fell in love with Improv
I am going through many changes in my life, and I can see how this is affecting my improv journey. I am losing the motivation on the craft (because of a variety of reasons I might explore later on), and we need fix that! Therefore, I am using this blog as a therapeutic resource and remind myself the reasons I fell in love with improv. [Read More]
2 Manly Men - Why we started it
For the last months, I have been performing a set where two men share a moment of connection. We asked the audience when was the last time they had a deep conversation with another man and, inspired by that, we open ourselves on stage. We call it Two Manly Men. [Read More]
A chat with Tim Orr - Improv, language, workshops and lessons.
I approached Tim Orr after writing about improvising in a second language. A friend of mine was amazed after joining one of Tim’s Silent Scenes workshop at Lyon. I didn’t want to miss his insight into languages and performing! [Read More]