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Amir Atsmon

Amir has been improvising for over twelve years. He is a co-founder of Lamabati and Momentum, two of Israel’s most artistic and internationally renown improv ensembles, and proud member of Ohana, an exclusive collective of European improvisors. Amir spent the last several years cultivating the improv community in Israel as well as teaching and performing internationally (festivals include: Finland, Barcelona, Sweden, EDFringe, Tallinn, Athens, Vancouver, Copenhagen, Strasbourg and Istanbul). Amir developed the original and acclaimed free-form format “No Edit” as well as the longform format, “Everyday Magic”, an improvised homage to the works of the Israeli author Etgar Keret. In addition his pursuits in improv, he also performs playback theater with Reflected Light, a mixed secular and orthodox group. Amirs outlook and sensitivities as a teacher are enriched by my work as a Drama-therapist. He sees improv as a way of life and a way of living more fully - by being connected to deeper parts of ourselves and creating more profound connections with our partners and our communities.

Amir is teaching

WS 6 - Touch: Boundaries, Consent, Inspiration and

WS11 - Short-Form Frankenstein

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