Performing Improv: Great Scenework (7 Week Course)
About This Course
This is part of our Performing Improv programme, which focuses on the skills to perform improv on stage.
In this performance course we focus on Great Scenework.
We will explore various topics including: two person scenes, creating platforms to define a scene quickly, working with your scene partner to discover games or create action, and knowing when and how to end your scene.
At the end of the course there will be a showcase for invited friends and family.
This course takes place on Tuesday evenings at the Bristol Improv Theatre
For other course times and locations please see our main Performing Improv page.
Caitlin Campbell has been improvising since 2011: after discovering improv at university she went on to join Degrees of Error and co-devised their flagship show 'Murder, She Didn't Write'. She performs with The Adventures of the Improvised Sherlock Holmes, This Is Your Musical and The Bish Bosh Bash. Caitlin is the BIT's Artistic Director: she also writes courses for the BIT Theatre school and occasionally pulls pints behind the bar.
Rachael Procter-Lane has been training in and performing improv for three years. She is a long standing member of Closer Each Day, the improvised Soap in which she performs once a fortnight at The Wardrobe Theatre. She has been a member of the BIT's resident company, Degrees Of Error since early 2017 and has performed their flagship show Murder She Didn't Write at Edinburgh Festival and Leicester Square Theatre amongst others. She is also a Secondary School English Teacher in her spare time.