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Teacher, performer and writer, Jonathan has been involved in The Plant project since its inception as a performer and consultant, and also as part of his on-going PhD research at the University of Kent into the 'theatricality' of the language that is thrown up through improvisation on stage and screen. In this, he analyses, from various academic perspectives, what makes an improvised performance engaging to an audience and why people pay good money time and time again to watch other people essentially just... spontaneously talk to each other. He has a background in theatre performance and writing for the stage both in the UK and internationally. Currently, he teaches at the University Institute in Florence and at the University of Kent.
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