Kelsey Yuhara is a London-based fourth generation Japanese-American (and has needed to remind herself of who and where she is ever since lockdown). She studied Theatre at Whitman College and Site-Specific Performance at Mountview. From Seattle, to Istanbul, to Iran, and now to the UK, she has immersed herself in projects and groups as an actor, improviser, director, and costume designer. She is the founder and former director (2013-2017) of the international improv group The Clap in Istanbul and is a performing member of the UK’s first pan-Asian improv team, Comediasians.
- Community Improv
- Performative wokeness
- How To Hold Space
- Consent to Receive Criticism
- The Grindr Chronicles part 3: It’s supposed to be fun! Who is diversity for?
- The Grindr Chronicles part 2: Bad Things Happen Sometimes
- The Grindr Chronicles part 1: The power of vulnerability
- Gender for actors/improvisers
- The Talk: when and how to have difficult conversations with your group, class, or community
- What it means to be trans