Here I share a variety of thoughts, inspirations, and activities related to creating (and now co-creating) an approach in improv that is thoughtful about expressing the cultural landscape. Here are blog posts and tags for my working-out-loud –
- Bicultural | brewing improv ideas – a blog post where I shared with friends my stream-of-consciousness typing about my idea of bicultural improv earlier this year, e.g., the idea of purposely incorporating into scene work one’s bicultural experience
- Unpanel – the tag associated with four blog posts about the June 2015 Bay Area Book Festival event at a panel titled Who We Be: An Un-Panel About Our Colorized Futures, hosted by Jeff Chang and featuring by Adam Mansbach, Favianna Rodriguez, and W. Kamau Bell. It was after this event that a flurry of ideas came about. Big thanks to friend Johnathan for spending time afterwards – bouncing around ideas.
- Who We Be – the tag associated with blog posts where I share quotes and food-for-thought from Chang’s book – Who We Be: The Colorization of America.
- Experiment | diversity, dialogue, perspectives – a blog post that provided an overview of discussions at a meet-up that my friend Mithra initiated talk about cultural diversity in improv
- Bicultural | foreigner, american, moment – a blog post with a short story about a personal experience
- Experiment | improv, race, food for thought – a blog post about a 3.5 minute semi-improvised bit I created called Yo, Is This Racist or Not Racist?
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