26th February – 8th April | Mondays | 19:00-21:30
Stories and narratives are a fundamental part of the human experience – everyone has their own story to tell, after all. However, knowing the story and presenting it to an audience in a compelling, dramatic, and engaging way are two different things! This 7 week course explores how to tell a satisfying shared story on stage through the medium of improvised narrative. Using Keith Johnstone inspired exercises and techniques, we’ll delve into constructing story arcs and engaging in supportive ensemble work, as well as exploring a number of tools to shake up and inspire participants’ scenework skills.
A great course for those looking to develop their storytelling, narrative, and scenework skills.
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.
This is a 7-week course capped at 12 participants, plus up to 2 instructors (14 in total).
If you have any accommodations or access needs, questions, feedback or concerns about the classes, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.