Would it be possible to touch two fingers of one hand with two fingers of the other and, without breaking that bond, make different shapes with your hands? Would it be possible to ask someone to borrow a body part and find out that you have more legs and arms and noses than you could ever imagine? Would it be possible for someone to serve you some water but instead of bringing the glass on a tray, bring glasses attached to their own body? How would that person pour you the water? If many people had glasses attached to their bodies, how would they pass the water from one to another without interrupting the flow? If I place candles on different parts of my body, how will I extinguish the flames? These are some of the questions that Michel Groisman asks himself and the participants in his events. Join him in a classroom at WHS for simple games and entertaining performances.