Performing Improv Level 2: Approaches to Scenework

17th June – 8th July

Thursdays | 19:00 – 21:00

Scene work is the beating heart of improvised theatre. This course delves into improv techniques and theory from a range of approaches to help the participants stretch their scenic muscles. Participants will get plenty of time to practice and play at making and shaping scenes with their fellow improvisers, and will get individual feedback from the instructor on their performance.

This course is part of our Level 2 Performing programme, which also includes ‘Making Musicals’’ and ‘Approaches to Scenework’. Completion of the full carousel of Level 1 is recommended prior to taking this course.

About the Instructor

Stephen Clements has been improvising for ten years and teaching for five. He is a founder and trustee of the Bristol Improv Theatre. Stephen is a founding member of Degrees of Error Theatre Company and helped to create their flagship show Murder, She Didn’t Write. He also performs regularly with Tally Ho productions in Steves & Wooster and Holy Unauthorised Improvised Parody, Batman! and is Games Master for the Bristol Improv Theatre’s cult hit Tales of Adventure. Stephen holds a PGCE in mathematics.

Class Details

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In the event of updated guidance from the government  partway through a course, the course will be postponed and you will be offered a credit note to the value of the number of sessions missed to use against another course in future.

The Bristol Improv Theatre is committed to making our classes as inclusive as possible. Please get in touch at theatreschool@improvtheatre.net to let us know about any accommodations we can make to give you the best possible experience during the class