Sunday, 16 April
Improv theatre (open group)
Improvisational theatre (or just improv) is also called as theatre sports and is a form of theatre, which can be played on stage and also in groups. Nothing is prepared or trained and there are no requisites. Communication, perception and attention play a special role here. The focus is usually on a specific area (e.g. pantomime, expressing feelings, storytelling) for which there are various warmups and improv games. This can create impressive scenes.
Improv enhances creativity, social skills and the capacity of reaction. It can help you to break from routines, try new things and reflect yourself.
The improv games and exercises allow you to switch off from everyday life in a very short time and concentrate fully on the play. This is a great way to reduce stress, have a lot of fun and just flow with the moment.
No previous experience is needed. The groups are designed as a course so that you will learn the important techniques of improvisational theater. There is a detailed warm-up program. And we only play for ourselves as a group and have no other spectators.
Language is English.
This is for adults over age 18.
The course itself is free, but we collect donations for the room fee and organization.
Please register before participation: firstname.lastname@example.org
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