The online premiere of Short Stop was a smash hit! Stay tuned for some of the zoom feedback and audience surveys. If you or your group would like to see it,
please email me
The original Boys of Summer and Second Base are
available online now by clicking here
Boys of Summer
Improv to Improve Parkinson's Disease
Boys of Summer: Short Stop Trailer
Short Stop is the third film in the award-winning documentary series. Director Robert Cochrane and his father, Dan Cochrane, who has Parkinson's disease (PD), began their journey in 2004, road tripping 20,000 miles in two months to see a game at each of the 30 Major League Baseball parks. Since then, they've chronicled the changes in baseball, their family and how to live with the greatest quality of life in the face of a chronic illness with no cure. Visit www.bosmovie.com to experience the online premiere of Short Stop.
improv to improve PD
This novel intervention to benefit Parkinson's disease is getting underway. We'll have workshops and outreach in April 2020, with clinical trials to start in the fall. For more information, please visit our website, www.i2ipd.com.
Improv to Improve PD online
Depression for those living with and affected by Parkinson's disease (PD) is a major issue, often leading to isolation. Improvisation as an intervention has been shown to have a positive effect. Check out www.i2ipd.com for more details and to participate.
Faces of Parkinson: Dave Parker_part 1
Dave Parker is a Major League Baseball Legend. Some stats: 2712 hits, Career BA .290, 339 Home Runs, 1493 RBI, 154 Stolen Bases. Two time World Series Champion: Pittsburgh Pirates (1979), Oakland Athletics (1989). He announced he has Parkinson's Disease in 2013. He now runs the www.daveparker39foundation.com to raise awareness and funds to help find a cure for PD. Robert Cochrane is the host and creator of Faces of Parkinson's. The second film in his series, Boys of Summer: Second Base, will screen in Cincinnati on April 22nd and April 23rd. For more information, please visit www.bosmovie.com.
Faces of Parkinsons Jimmy Choi
Jimmy Choi is an American Ninja Warrior - and he's been diagnosed with Parkinson's for 15 years. He shares his story about when he was diagnosed, what he decided to do about it and how it led to his "next". Robert Cochrane is the host and creator of Faces of Parkinson's. More information on his Parkinson's-themed documentary, "Boys of Summer" at www.bosmovie.com.
Improv to Improve PD - April 2020!
ComedySportz and the Parkinson's Foundation are teaming up to bring this fun, inspiring PD intervention to cities across the U.S.. Check out our site at www.i2ipd.com for more details.
Improv2Improve PD testimonials
I liked, I wish and What if are the three fundamental thoughts/questions that close out our Improv to Improve sessions. In this feedback, everyone gets a chance to share their experience and desire to build on the positivity built as a group. More at www.bosmovie.com.
Improv to Improve Parkinson's in Brooklyn
On July 18, 2019 a group of people with Parkinson's, some ComedySportz performers and a representative from Parkinson Foundation got together and a funny thing happened...actually, several funny things happened...
WRITTEN, DIRECTED & PRODUCED BY
ROBERT DAVID COCHRANE
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