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The first time I went to Barcelona, I registered to go to an improv drop-in. It's a place where you can show up to do improv for two hours. In the first game, we all had to place ourselves in order according to the latitude of our home city. The circle formed this day in Barcelona went from Sydney to Vancouver! After these two hours, all of us went to a nearby bar and talked. I was in front of a woman from Austria who had taken her year off from teaching to discover theaters all over the world. We discussed during one hour about what she had discovered in London, Tokyo and Rhode Island. Now, this discussion is only a memory and I may not meet this person again. What if these discussions with amazing people were available forever? What if we could share them with anyone? This is what "People Are People" is about. It gives you the opportunity to discover the stories of fantastic human beings. We don't have any specific topic to talk about. We don't follow an agenda We listen and try to know more about them.

The first time I went to Barcelona, I registered to go to an improv drop-in. It's a place where you can show up to do improv for two hours. In the first game, we all had to place ourselves in order according to the latitude of our home city. The circle formed this day in Barcelona went from Sydney to Vancouver! After these two hours, all of us went to a nearby bar and talked. I was in front of a woman from Austria who had taken her year off from teaching to discover theaters all over the world. We discussed during one hour about what she had discovered in London, Tokyo and Rhode Island. Now, this discussion is only a memory and I may not meet this person again. What if these discussions with amazing people were available forever? What if we could share them with anyone? This is what "People Are People" is about. It gives you the opportunity to discover the stories of fantastic human beings. We don't have any specific topic to talk about. We don't follow an agenda We listen and try to know more about them.
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Spain

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The first time I went to Barcelona, I registered to go to an improv drop-in. It's a place where you can show up to do improv for two hours. In the first game, we all had to place ourselves in order according to the latitude of our home city. The circle formed this day in Barcelona went from Sydney to Vancouver! After these two hours, all of us went to a nearby bar and talked. I was in front of a woman from Austria who had taken her year off from teaching to discover theaters all over the world. We discussed during one hour about what she had discovered in London, Tokyo and Rhode Island. Now, this discussion is only a memory and I may not meet this person again. What if these discussions with amazing people were available forever? What if we could share them with anyone? This is what "People Are People" is about. It gives you the opportunity to discover the stories of fantastic human beings. We don't have any specific topic to talk about. We don't follow an agenda We listen and try to know more about them.

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English


Episodes

2 - Romy

11/11/2019
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Romy has a dream: she wants to make it as an actress. An episode where we talk about never giving up, even when following our dreams can mean crying in a parc alone some nights, about how friend put up with this and how acting influences our everyday life. --- The first time I went to Barcelona, I registered to go to an improv drop-in. It's a place where you can show up to do improv for two hours. In the first game, we all had to place ourselves in order according to the latitude of our...

Duration:00:59:18

1 - Josh

10/1/2019
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Last summer Emil met Josh at an Improv festival in Bucharest and they immediately got on like they had known each other for ages! He is Canadian and lives in Moscow since 5 years where he teaches English and improvisation. We talk about how your friend's journey on the trans-siberian railway can change your life, how you can have a one hour discussion and fall in love without speaking the same language, how to deal with censorship when teaching and how your significant other can be the...

Duration:01:01:44

0 - Emil

9/2/2019
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The first time I went to Barcelona, I registered to go to an improv drop-in. It's a place where you can show up to do improv for two hours. In the first game, we all had to place ourselves in order according to the latitude of our home city. The circle formed this day in Barcelona went from Sydney to Vancouver! After these two hours, all of us went to a nearby bar and talked. I was in front of a woman from Austria who had taken her year off from teaching to discover theaters all over the...

Duration:00:56:02