CITY VOICES

The documentary project City Voices is a theatrical improvisation on social topics with facilitator Elena Margo. In our project, the theater stage is not taken by actors, it is open to the audience, with their personal experience, questions, search and struggle. Where the culmination will be greater awareness, new answers, and new questions.
We hope to film further on many topics that are important to people living in Russia, but as the first ones, we chose three: Does Anybody Need Me And My Feelings? The Inner Oppressor, and Powerlessness in the Face of Power, How to be the change that is missing in the world? The experiences, that make me vulnerable stand apart from other experiences.

Fasilitator  — Elena Margo. Elena is a Russian psychologist, an IAPOP diplomate, supervisor, and trainer. She is passionate about the psychological approach that is called Worldwork and its integration into a theater, social projects, and different areas of life.
Friends, we tried to make a complete translation of the conversation. If subtitles run too fast, you can select a slower video speed in video settings (⚙️ sign ).
Episode 1: Does anybody need me and my feelings? Duration - 35 min. Moscow, November 2021.
Episode 2: The Inner Oppressor Duration - 50 min. Moscow, November 2021.
Episode 3: Powerlessness in the face of power Duration - 56 min. Moscow, November 2021.
Episode 4. How to be the change that is missing in the world? Duration - 40 minutes. Moscow, January 2022.
Episode 5. The experiences, that make me vulnerable stand apart from other experiences Duration - 47 min. Moscow, January 2022.



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These improvisations are based on a psychological approach Process-oriented Psychology or what is also called Processwork. Authors Arnold and Amy Mindel.Processwork is the art, science, and psychology of following the nature of individuals, communities, and ecosystems.
Processwork is a multicultural, multi-leveled awareness practice including people and their natural environment.  It is an evolving, trans-disciplinary approach supporting individuals, relationships, and organizations to discover themselves.
Processwork theories and methods, skills, and metaskills are available for anyone to experience and can be tested.
Dr. ARNOLD MINDELL, or Arny, is the author of 23 books in over 35 languages. He is known in the areas of diversity work and conflict management for his Sitting in the Fire and for his integration of psychology, ecology, and physics.
Dr. AMY MINDELL developed process work in the areas of coma, creativity, dance, and facilitator styles.  Amy is also an artist, puppet-maker, singer-songwriter, and dancer.