Nathan Keates is a trainer, improvisation facilitator and a performing arts teacher. Nathan also is an actor and a clown.
Nathan began teaching improvisation in 2006 and quickly got teaching in another country, the States. In 2007, he found a love for applied improvisation for autistic people as it sprung to reality there and then.
Nathan has taught all over the world, touring his classes and expressing his philosophies on the work to many people. The classes have been taught in festivals, schools, colleges, community centres and theatres. As a qualified teacher in the UK, Nathan brings the rationalizable approach to his teaching through his underlying spontaneity. Always be live and flexible to the needs to the room is a fundamental element of the system. Be kind, be honest and be taking my class!
If people say it is not easy, then Nathan cries.