I notice that the ensembles are best able to respond in this moment.
We need more organization and social wisdom and grace because of the small scale – often precarious and messy but also specific and invaluable. (us cool kids call it “emergent”)
And almost entirely ignored by the “thought leadership” / globalized consultancy of OD – because, as above, there’s no “market” there.
I want a group of weirdos who have chops, care and have played the game, but also still know how to be human and playful.
People getting together and making each other delighted by behaving a little odd… that’s traditional theatre.
“Traditional theatre” isn’t people sitting in 1 direction with only half the room lit. That’s the radical theatre of Empire.
This is how theatre started and there’s little risk of that going away.
we, who believe in the touch and the present body / and the potential for exchange and transformation / how will we, locally and in networks, / contribute to that return
How to build up from:
“There is a community of people called to
and expert at
sharing and practicing something
that brings value and meaning to their lives and the lives of others.”