Performing Improv: Creating Characters (7 Week Course)
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About This Course
This is part of our Performing Improv programme, which focuses on the skills to perform improv on stage.
In this course, the focus will be on developing techniques to create rich and compelling characters – from comedic to dramatic, and from naturalistic to extraordinary!
We'll delve deep into the characters – how do they feel? How do they think? – and see how this can be used to supercharge your improvised scenes and stories!
At the end of the course there will be a showcase event to apply the skills you have learnt.
This course takes place on Tuesday evenings. For other course times and locations please see our main Performing Improv page.
Andy Yeoh oversees the general management of the BIT and co-ordinates its programme of events throughout the year. Andy is also the Artistic Director of the improvised theatre company Degrees of Error. Degrees' murder-mystery play, "Murder, She Didn't Write" recently celebrated its forth consecutive sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it was featured on BBC Radio 2.
Caitlin Campbell is the Assistant Director of the Bristol Improv Theatre as well as the Volunteer Co-ordinator and Operations Manager. Caitlin is a former Vice-President of the Bristol University Improv Society and also a member of Degrees of Error. Degrees' murder-mystery play, "Murder, She Didn't Write" recently celebrated its fourth consecutive sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it was featured on BBC Radio 2.