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Improvisational theater (improv) fits well into an academic definition of improvisation: " the process and product of creativity occurring simultaneously " (Lewis and Lovatt, 2013). The simultaneity in improv comes from the lack of scripting: players appear on stage, ask the audience for a suggestion , for example, " any object smaller than a breadbox, "(More)
  • G Bermant
  • 1995
Sexuality emerges from the interdependencies of biology, awareness, and the facts and artifacts of public life. A useful metaphor is that correct accountings of sexuality are not one-finger melodies--they are chords. Unfortunately, the physical vs. mental and nature vs. nurture controversies remain alive, well, and mischievous in regard to the correct(More)
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