How long are you in the Hub and what is your main field of interests?
I’m working in the Hub Vienna nearly a year and my main focus of interest is to combine my improvisation expertise with many different fields.
Why do you think that theater of improvisations is important nowadays?
Because everything is happening faster and faster, the whole world is speeding up and things change more often so we are forced to improvise on the spot, in everyday situations.
In the Hub Vienna I’m looking and searching for material of any kind that will help me to improvise. The Hub is an awesome place to get inputs from a huge variety of people, and projects. I want to stay “fresh” and I’m focused on applying improvisations skills in everyday life because I’m convinced that you can use it in a whole variety of situations. Nowadays it’s used as well in learning languages, in autism therapy, in sports and even at the military and many others fields.
What are the projects you’re working on nowadays?
At the moment I’m getting ready for 6 weeks tour around Germany, where I’ll be performing and teaching improvisation. At the same time I’m working on a writing workshop with Matthias Bernold, that will take place in the end of September. I team up with Matthias, who are specialists in creative writing. Together we will mix our methods and create an awesome workshop for writers of any kind. I hope that we will manage to collect a great crowd of people who want to switch their thinking into more creative and spontaneous roads.
What are doing out of the Hub?
I’m leading workshops for teachers and therapists. I want to teach them how to play with their serious methods, tools and perceptions towards their clients and towards their working environment. During my years of work I have experienced that improvisation can be a key to adapt to new situations and to succeed with your goals.