In theatrical arts, as well as in biology, in life, diversity is essential. Diversity will keep theatre not only alive but growing well and happy. Diversity at all levels and in all aspects implies exploration and risk taking. It is about including diverse cultures and styles in theatrical creations without marginalizing the work and the audience because of a specific ethnicity, or class, or gender or religion. It is not about shocking; it is about bringing awareness about different ways to see the world. Get involved !

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Language is a large part of our identity. To speak a different language than our’s is to be willing to discover, understand, communicate with another person. The process itself of learning a language awakens new parts of the brain. Using more than one language keeps more parts of our brain active. French is spoken mostly in Europe, Africa and North America but we can meet a few french speakers in Asia, South America, the Middle east and Oceania. I offer you the possibility to be part of this world !

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The Alexander Technique was developed by Frederick Matthias Alexander who patiently observed, and modified, his behavioral habits as an actor. The A. T. invites to self-observation, patience, awareness; its daily use is a refinement of our sensory appreciation, a reminder of our habits, a bag of self educational tools, all for an improved use of the Self, body and mind in relationship, in stillness and in movement. Learning the A.T. is a gentle process full of fun discoveries. Let’s begin practicing on a free and gentle note!

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