TCAN: Improvisational Workshop: Cultivating a Mindset for Creativity, Agility and Resourcefulness
CANCELLED at speaker's request due to last-minute emergency
How often do you think and act outside of your own box? Lecturer Dan Klein taps into improvisation, design thinking and high-performance communication to help adults access their childlike creative reserves. In this hands-on workshop, learn how to channel ideas and express them in a compelling way on demand—onstage and beyond.
Dan Klein, ’90, is a lecturer in theater and performance studies and at the Graduate School of Business, and a teacher at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. His teaching taps into improvisation, design thinking and high-performance communication to help adults access their childlike creative reserves. A longtime improv instructor of beginning and advanced improvisation, he has helped create student groups including the Robber Barons (original sketch comedy), the Flying Treehouse (children’s theater) and Stanford Improvisors, an improv troupe that has performed on campus and in the community for more than 20 years.
Contact and RSVP: Romney Katti, firstname.lastname@example.org, 952-401-4595
Price includes continental breakfast. Checks payable to Stanford Club of Minnesota.