Nathan Keates (Nathan Improv) is a trainer, improvisation teacher and a performing arts teacher; that is only a distinction on subject. Keates is a theatre-maker, improviser and clown. He is so addicted to improv, impro, improvisation that he researches it too. The current project is on autism and improv comedy.
Improvisation came through the desire to get onstage with nothing. This means the insistent search for high-risk, no structure, free-form improv comedy or theatre. That is the engine to the journey. As an improviser, to get anywhere near this, as many and all perspectives of teachings in impro, improv, improvisation have made and will make, the need is to learn more than just improvisation. To be free of form means to be free of obligation and structure. Know as much as possible to be able to create as much as possible. This can mean anything, be it intellectual interpretation or theatrical interpretation or worldy interpretation.
"Nathan is one great crazy improviser." (Rahel, Estonia)
So this should give a good understanding of who I am as an improviser.