Keith Johnstone’s Improv Technique & Storytelling
30 June — 18 August 2016
Thursday, 7.30pm — 10.30pm
In improv, performers risk. They experiment. Take chances. There is something exhilarating about being liberated from the structure of a script. In this workshop, students will play freely as they learn about the different styles of short-form improv through games and team exercises, particulary that of Keith Johnstone which includes TheatreSports, Gorilla Theatre and The Micetro. Forming teams, students will pit their creativity and spontaneity against one another, learn to direct improvised scenes, and perform their scenes in front of an audience. At the end of the workshop, students will be well-versed in improvisation and master the skills needed to tell a good, impromptu story.
Registration closes: 21 June 2016