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Performing Improv L2: Approaches to Scenework

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Venue

The Bristol Improv Theatre
50 SAINT PAULS ROAD
Bristol, BS8 1LP United Kingdom
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Phone:
07936617158

23rd July – 3rd September| Tuesdays | 19:00 – 21:30

Scenes are the building blocks of improvised theatre, but there are as many different ways to play a scene as there are improvisers. From emotionally-focused play, to creating a narrative flow of cause and effect, deftly weaving themes and concepts together, or just finding something funny to do again (but bigger), how you approach a scene helps to define how it plays out.  This 7-week course delves into improvisation techniques and theory from a range of perspectives to help you stretch your scenic muscles and develop your own approach to scenework.

A great course for those looking to develop their scenework skills and explore their personal voice as an improviser.

This course is part of our Level 2 Performing Improv programme. Completion of Level 1 courses (or equivalent beginner-to-intermediate training) is recommended, but not required.

CLASS DETAILS

This is a 7-week course capped at 12 participants, plus 2 instructors (14 people in total).

The Lead Instructor for this course is Cat Murphy.

If you have any accommodations or access needs, questions, feedback or concerns about these classes, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at theatreschool@improvtheatre.net.

Details

Date:
July 23
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
£225
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Organiser

The Bristol Improv Theatre
Phone:
07936617158
Email:
hello@improvtheatre.co.uk

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Theatre School

We don’t want money to be a barrier and so if you'd like to attend a course but are finding money tight, please drop us an email at hello@improvtheatre.co.uk and we'll do all we can to enable you to engage with us.