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Timothy Lone

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The Improfessionals

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The Improfessionals

Paris, �le-de-France,

France

Company Description

Impro Academy is the improvisation school of the Improfessionals - the international impro theatre troupe in Paris. It is directed by Florian Bartsch and Caspar Schjelbred. We offer weekly impro classes, as well as specialised one-off workshops, in both Engl...more

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Employment History

Gig Street Improvisational Group


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The workshop will be lead by Timothy Lone and Antoine Lefort.
Timothy is the Executive Director and Producer of The Story in Motion Project and is an award-winning actor, director and teacher working in Luxembourg, France, the UK and the USA. He trained with Philippe Gaulier and Keith Johnstone and formerly taught performance in the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Warwick. Timothy was Co-Founder of The Improfessionals Improvisation Theatre in Paris. He also produced Improstival in 2004, the first ever Festival of Improvisational Theatre in France.


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The team quickly stabilised over the following months and the first core Improfessionals line-up was: Florian Bartsch, Mark Jane, Timothy Lone, Helen Connolly, Clara McBride and Caspar Schjelbred.
Timothy Lone, our artistic director at the time, put us on the map by organizing the first ever - and so far only - international impro festival in Paris: Improstival.


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Timothy Arthur Lone Timothy began performing Improvisation with the Gig Street Improvisational Group in 1989 while studying theatre in the US at Southern Illinois University.From 1994-1999 he played Theatresports with Bay Area Theatresports (BATS) in San Francisco where he also had the chance to study with Keith Johnstone, the author of Impro and the creator of Theatresports.He further studied acting in San Francisco with Linda Lowry from the Actor's Studio in New York and acclaimed director Richard Seyd.His most memorable roles have been; Haemon in Antigone Biff in Death of Salesman, Jamie in Long Days Journey into Night and Jim in Tennessee Williams' Glass Menagerie, in which he won the 1st annual Dollie Award for best male support.Tim currently lives in London, but puts on his red cape and flies over to Paris whenever there's an opportunity.


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Onstage that first night were Bartsch, his improv students, among them Caspar Schjelbred and Helen Connolly, and two more experienced actors: Mark Jane and Tim Lone.While Bartsch had previously studied impro in Germany, as had Jane in England and Lone in the United States, other members were less experienced.As the Improfessionals' artistic director, Lone, a 40-year old from Chicago, has been instrumental in developing and extending the Johnstonian legacy."Flo was the seed," he says, "I was the water and fertilizer, and Mark was the sunshine."Lone also brought Johnstone to Paris to teach workshops and organized the Improstival international festival in Paris in 2004.In the last year, with Lone and Connolly relocating in England, the group has faced the challenge of longtime members moving on.


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