Ms Chloe Arros

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My research focuses on the notions of staged vulnerability, audience engagement and virtuosity in improvisational theatre. I was awarded the Crossland Scolarship for the duration of my PhD.

Prior to studying at Royal Holloway, I have worked on the art of improvisation and the workings and history of the form, starting as an undergraduate, then as a master's degree student.

I taught French for GCSE and A-Level students between October 2013 and July 2015 and set up a French theatre club for high-school students, improvising and devising short plays in French.

Research Papers:

- "Intermediality in Improvisational Theatre", Crossroads Seminar, Brest, 2014

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